Small Avenue of Vasilyevsky Island - Avenue on Vasilyevsky Island in St. Petersburg, passing from Makarov Embankment to Nakhimov Street .
|Small Avenue of Vasilyevsky Island|
Small Avenue near the 4th-5th lines in the direction of the embankment. Makarova
|Historical district||Vasilievsky island|
|Former names||3rd Perspective, Small Avenue, Zheleznyakova Avenue, Small Avenue;|
History and Attractions
Maly Prospect passes on Vasilyevsky Island. It was laid in the second half of the XVIII century and was originally called the 3rd Perspective  . Then they began to call it Maly - in relation to the Bolshoi and Sredny Prospects. In 1939, Maly Avenue was renamed Zheleznyakov Avenue, and in 1944 it was returned to its former name, so it is one of the oldest in the city ( another highway was later named after the Baltic sailor A.G. Zheleznyakov ).
In 1972, Maly Prospect was extended to Nalichnaya Street (it included part of Nalichny Lane). In 1998, the remaining part of Nalichnaya Lane was attached to Maly Prospect, and now it runs from Makarov Embankment to Nakhimov Street.
On Maly Avenue, between the 7th and 8th lines, the Annunciation Square is located. After house 57 and to Bering Street , Smolensk Orthodox Cemetery overlooks Maly Prospect.
Houses along Maly Prospect
- House 4 / 3rd line , 58 - apartment building. It was rebuilt in 1873 according to the project of D. D. Sokolov . Add-on.
- House 11 / 4th line , 57 - apartment building, built in 1903 , architect L.V. Bogussky . An existing house is included.
- Building 13/5 , Line 64, apartment building of V.T. Timofeev, 1912 , arch. N. S. Frisky .
- House 15 - apartment building. Extension of 1838 - architect V.E. Morgan . Add-on.
- House 25 - Geller's mansion ( 1859 , architect R. B. Bernhard ).
- House 26 - in the courtyard there is a tenement house, built in 1909 according to the project of S. M. Belyakov .
- House 35 - apartment building, 1903-1907, architect D. A. Kryzhanovsky . All trim details are carefully crafted. On the third and fifth floors are pilasters whose capitals are decorated with volutes . The piers between the second and third floors are decorated with geometric reliefs .
- House 38-40 / 14th Line , 73 - house of furnished rooms F. F. Theodoridi. Architect I.P. Volodikhin , 1903-1905.
- Building 45 , left side - apartment building, 1899, architect L.V. Bogussky .
- At house 49 is the acting club "Antresol", which is a branch of the Satire Theater on Vasilyevsky . In 1991 - 1996, in its place was the music club Tamtam . After the February Revolution of 1917, the first legal Vasileostrovsky District Committee of the RSDLP (b) began working in the house, and Vera Slutskaya was its secretary since April 1917  . At the same address in 1917 there was a district council, the head of E.E. Essen ; during the days of the October Revolution of 1917, the headquarters of the Vasileostrovsky Red Guard was created in the house  .
- House 53 - apartment building, 1901 , architect L.V. Bogussky .
- Houses 69-71 - Residential complex "Havana working town", built in 1904-08. at the initiative of the forensic scientist and public figure D. A. Dril .
- House 82 - Archpriest Fr. Fr. Fr. Martyr and Confessor of the 20th-century Russian Orthodox Church lived in apartment No. 1. Alexey Iosifovich Zapadalov .
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- Overview of street buildings on Citywalls