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File:Moscow, embassy of Armenia (2).jpg


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55° 45′ 37.52″ N, 37° 38′ 8.40″ E

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Русский: Бывший Лазаревский институт, современное посольство Армении в РФ. Москва, Армянский переулок, 4. Строился в несколько этапов в XVIII-XIX веках, современный облика фасада - проект 1814 года, завершен в 1823. Обелиск из чугуна с пермских заводов Лазаревых - поставлен в 1822.
English: Armyansky Lane, Moscow.Former Lazarev institute of Oriental studies, a hub of Armenian diaspora in early XIX century - present-day Embassy of Armenia. Built in many stages in 18th-19th century; facade outline designed in 1814 and completed in 1823. The obelisk of pig iron (Lazarevs owned iron mills in Perm) was raised in 1822.
Date 28 June 2008
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