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Stauberg, Aleksandr Yegorovich (1780 -1843), an architect

Subject / Architecture/Personnel

Stauberg, Aleksandr Yegorovich (1780 -1843), an architect. Stauberg learned at the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts during 1788-1801. His teacher was A.D. Zakharov. Aleksandr Yegorovich Stauberg served at the Engineer Department of the Ministry of Defence, taught at the 2nd Military School, was an honorary member of the Academy of Arts (1827). During 1829-1834 he built buildings of the Senate and Synod which were designed by K.I. Rossi. Stauberg participated in restoring the Winter Palace after the fire of 1837. In St. Petersburg he built several buildings of barracks, hospitals, military schools. He designed the Cathedral of the Birth of St. John the Baptist in the Shlisselburg Fortress, the building if the city hospital in Gatchina Town (1820-1822; 1 Kirgetov Street), the building of the Riding-hall of the Tsaritsin Regiment in Yamburg Town (1830-1838; the builder was the architect Tredlenburg; 3b Karl Marx Street, Kingisepp Town). Aleksandr Yegorovich Stauberg was buried in the Smolenskoye Orthodox cemetery in St. Petersburg.

Margolis, Aleksandr Davidovich

Rossi, Karl Ivanovich (Carlo Giovanni)
Staubert, Aleksandr Yegorovich
Zakharov, Andreyan (Adrian) Dmitriyevich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Kingisepp District/Kingisepp Town/Karl Marx Prospekt
Leningrad Oblast, the/Gatchina District/Gatchina Town/Kirgetov Street
Historical Toponyms/Yamburg Town

Антонов В.В. Александр Штауберт // Зодчие Санкт-Петербурга. XIX – начало ХХ века / Сост. В.Г.Исаченко. СПб., 1998., 203-210
Гоголицын Ю.М., Гоголицына Т.М. Памятники архитектуры Ленинградской области. Л., 1987., 98, 251, 292

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The Cathedral of the Birth of John the Precursor (Schlusselburg)