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Lyalitsi, a country estate

Subject / Architecture/Country estates

Lyalitsi, a country estate (the village of Lyalitsi, the Kingisepp district). "Myza Yamskovitskaya" (the grange of Yamskovitskaya), that was the state property for a long time, was presented by Peter III to Count A.I. Shuvalov, the Head of the Secret Chancellery. The estate was inherited by his daughter Ye.A. Golovkina. After her death in 1821 lands were divided between issues of Pyetr Ivanovich Shuvalov, A.I. Shuvalov's brother. Countess S.A. Bobrinskaya, Pyetr Ivanovich Shuvalov's great-granddaughter, took 8 villages including the village of Lyalitsi. To the north of the village on a high hill the estate was built, its area was 5 desyatinas. Into the estate complex included a stone cattle-yard, dwelling houses, barns, threshing floors, water mill on the River Solka. The neighbouring village of Opol'ye belonged to P.P. Shuvalov, Pyetr Ivanovich Shuvalov's great-grand son, a figure of Zemstvo. He built the estate of Grafskaya Gora. Owners of both estates built the Church of the Raising of the Cross (it was built according the project by I.I. Bulanov in 1874-1885, It has been intacted). Both estates have not been intacted.

Piryutko, Yuri Minayevich

Bobrinskaya (nee Countess Shuvalova), Sophia Andreyevna, Countess
Bulanov, Ivan Iudovich
Golovkina (nee Shuvalova), Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, Countess
Peter III, Emperor
Shuvalov, Aleksandr Ivanovich
Shuvalov, Pyotr Ivanovich, Count
Shuvalov, Pyotr Pavlovich, Count

Leningrad Oblast, the/Kingisepp District/Lyalitsi Village
Leningrad Oblast, the/Kingisepp District/Opolye Village
Topographical landmarks/Solka River, the

Мурашова Н.В., Мыслина Л.П. Дворянские усадьбы Санкт-Петербургской губернии. Кингисеппский район. СПб., 2003., 90-95

Subject Index
Grafskaya Gorka (Count Hill), a country estate
The Church of the Rising of the Cross (Opolye Village, Kingisepp District)

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Kingisepp District
KINGISEPP DISTRICT, a part of Leningrad Oblast. Population: 74,300, of which, 52,100 live in the adm. center Kingisepp Town. Area: 2842.1 sq. km. It has 191 rural settlements. It was established in 1927.It borders with Lomonosov, Volosovo, and... more