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Irinovka, a country estate

Subject / Architecture/Country estates

Irinovka, a country estate (the village of Irinovka, the Vsevolozhsk districy). The estate of the late 19th - early 20th centures. Under its first owner Barony I.Yu. Frederiks two glass-works were built, one of them became a faience factory under S.Ya. Poskochin, the next owner. In the 1890s the new owner of Itinovka St. Petersbug Mayor P.L. Korf was occupied with mine workings of local peatbogs. It was promoted the beginning of building the Irinovaka branch line of the railway from St. Petersburg. In 1892 not far fron the Railway Station Irinovka on the Uglovskoye bog a factory produced peat briquettes was opened. Its building built the architect I.S. Kitner. In the early 1900s Korf's estate mansion was built according to Kitner's project. The fased with yellow glazed brick mansion built with elements of the modernist style was naturally blended with the landscape of the old park which was laid under the previous owners. On present days a hospital is located in the house. In the 1950s the Church of the Transfiguration of Christ (it was built in 1870), where the estate ownerswere buried, was demolished.

Piryutko, Yuri Minayevich

Fredericks, Ivan (Johann ) Yuryevich
Kitner, Hieronym Sevastyanovich
Korf, Pavel Leopoldovich
Poskochin, Sergey Y.

Leningrad Oblast, the/Vsevolozhsk District/Irinovka Village
Topographical landmarks/Uglovskoye Marsh

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Мурашова Н., Мыслина Л. Усадьбы Всеволожского района // Санкт-Петербургская панорама. 1992. №3, 36

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Vsevolozhsk District
VSEVOLOZHSK DISTRICT, a part of Leningrad Oblast. Area: 2945.4 sq. km. Population: 215,200. Adm. center: Vsevolozhsk Town. Comprises Sertolovo Town, six urban settlements (Dubrovka, settlement named after Morozov, settlement named after Sverdlov,... more