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Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation

24 September 2014

The Memorial House „A. Şciusev" was re-opened for the visiting public after about one year and a half of rehabilitation works. The renovation envisaged inner and outer spaces of the building in which the famous architect was born back in 1873.

Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation
The permanent exhibition held inside has been conceptually reorganized and chronologically and thematically extended. It preserves the vintage ambiance, reconstructs the family atmosphere in which architect Alexei Şciusev was brought up and later conducted his creative work - a prominent personality of national and universal culture.

The house was built by the architect's parents in the 50ies of the 19th century. Alexei Şciusev lived here until 1897, but the house stayed within family property until 1928 being inherited from his parents by Serghei Şciusev, the elder brother of the great architect.

On September 18th, 1947 this building became host of the first architecture museum from Moldova and later was transformed into the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev". From 1990 the house is a branch of the National Museum of History of Moldova.

The Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev" re-opened its premises for the visiting public as part of the events celebrating the European Heritage Days.

Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation Re-opening of the Memorial House „Alexei Şciusev” after renovation


 

 


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