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Lines of Vasilievsky Island (entry)


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LINES Of VASILIEVSKY ISLAND, the historical name of a number of parallel streets that intersect Vasilievsky Island from the south to the north: First to Twenty-Ninth Lines, Birzhevaya Line, Kozhevennaya Line, Kosaya Line, Mendeleevskaya Line, Siezdovskaya Line. Lines from the First to Third and Siezdovskaya Line are located between Universitetskaya Embankment and Makarova Embankment, the Fourth to Sixth Lines are between Universitetskaya Embankment and Smolenka River Embankment. Seventh to Seventeenth Lines are between Lieutenant Schmidt Embankment and Smolenka River Embankment. The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Lines are between Lieutenant Schmidt Embankment and Maly Avenue of Vasilievsky Island. The Twentieth to Twenty-Third Lines are located between Lieutenant Schmidt Embankment and Sredny Avenue of Vasilievsky Island. The Twenty-Fourth Line and Twenty-Fifth Line are between Maslyany Canal Embankment and Maly Avenue of Vasilievsky Island. The Twenty-Sixth and Twenty-Seventh Line are situated between Kozhevennaya Line and the square in front of Kirov Palace of Culture. The Twenty-Eighth and Twenty-Ninth Line stretch from Srednegavansky Avenue to Sredny Avenue of Vasilievsky Island. The First to Twenty-Fifth Lines were designed in 1716 and 1718 by architect D. Trezzini as embankments of canals that were to make Vasilievsky Island like Venice or Amsterdam. However, this plan was not implemented thoroughly: only four canals were dug through: along the present-day Mendeleevskaya Line, Siezdovskaya Line and First Line, Fourth Line and Fifth Line, Eighth Line and Ninth Line. Along other lines, only soughs were constructed. Later, streets appeared in place of canals, the sides of which are called lines (even and odd numbers correspond to right and left banks). Building numeration of the lines starts from the Bolshaya Neva. The Birzhevaya Line, situated between Tiflisskaya Street and Makarova Embankment, was constructed in the first third of the 18th century. The name was given in the early 19th century after the Stock Exchange ("Birzha"). In 1912-14, the building of the Russian Academy of Sciences Library (building 1) was constructed to be opened to the public in 1925. Buildings 12-16, belonging to the merchants Eliseev, housed Vavilova State Optic Institute from 1918. On Siezdovskaya Line (until 1918 - Kadetskaya Line), Building 1 was constructed in the 1730-40s and in the 1770s, Infantry (then - First Cadet) Corps (hence the former name, see Cadet Corps) were quartered there many outstanding figures lived on this line. They include D.I. Mendeleev (Building 7, 1890-97), V.K. Trediakovsky (building 11, 1730s - 1747), A.P. Bryullov (building 21, 1845-77), D.G. Levitsky (on the site of building 23, 1793-1822), I.A. Fomin (building 29, 1911-32). On First Line, the building of Russian Academy (architect A.A. Mikhaylov the 2nd, V.P. Stasov) was constructed, with works carried out in 1802-04 and 1811-14. In 1811-23, St. Catherine’s Lutheran Church was built. The following celebrities lived on the First Line: I.A. Krylov (building 8, 1841-44), cartographer F.F. Schubert (building 12, 1830s), M.I. Kozlovsky (building 16, 1793-1802), A.N. Benois (building 38, 1915-17), K.E. Makovsky (building 56, 1909-11). The Botanical Garden of the Academy of Sciences was situated in the 1730-90s on the site of Building 50. On Second Line and Third Line, Building 26 - a garden outbuilding of the Academy of Arts (architect A.A. Mikhaylov 2nd, reconstructed by architect P.A. Bryullov in 1846-49) was constructed in 1821. The majority of buildings on this line date back to the late 19th - early 20th centuries: Building 9 (1874, architect V.A. Schreter, I.S. Kitner), Building 20 (1899, architect L.N. Benois), Building 23 (1882, architect F.K. Punshel). The following well-known figures lived on these lines: V.G. Belinsky (Building 3, 1840-41), T.G. Shevchenko (Building 3, in the autumn of 1844), artist A.A. Ivanov (Building 8, at artist M.P. Botkin, 1858), chemist I.V. Grebenshchikov (Building 37, 1930s), M.V. Lomonosov (on the site of Building 43, 1741-47, there also his chemistry laboratory was located). In 1886, A.I. Ulyanov used to visit Building 11, where historian V.I. Semevsky lived. The majority of buildings on Fourth Line and Fifth Line date back to the 19th - early 20 centuries: Building 9 (1901, architect K.K. Schmidt), Building 15 (1847-49, architect G.E. Bosse), Building 16 is the former women gymnasium of E.P. Shaffe (1907, architect Schmidt), Building 20 (1890, architect V.V. Schaub), Building 21 (1914, architect D.G. Fomichev), Building 32 (reconstructed in 1898-99, architect Schaub), Buildings 58-60 - the former private hospital of A.E. Bari (north wing - 1905, architect K.I. Niman, south wing - 1910, architect I.I. Yakovlev). On these lines lived: I.E. Repin, V.M. Surikov, M.M. Antokolsky (building 4, 1860-70s), Shevchenko (building 8, 1840-44), M.P. Musorgsky (Building 8, 1875-79), I. I. Shishkin (Building 10, early 1880s; Building 30, 1882-89), artist A. G. Venetsianov (Building 11, 1820s), mathematician V.Y. Bunyakovsky (Building 21, 1840-60s), M.E. Saltykov-Shchedrin (Building З0, 1862-63), A.A. Rylov (Building 31, 1915-29), Byelorussian poet Yanka Kupala (Building 45, 1909-13). There is a number of architectural monuments on the Sixth and Seventh Line: the Church of Three Saints (Building 11, 1740-60s), former Metochion of Alexander Nevsky Lavra (Building 12, 1720-26, architect D. Trezzini), former building of Troekurov (building 13, 1720-30s, constructed following the model project), former Larinskaya Gymnasium (building 15, second half of the 18th century). The majority of buildings date back to the 19th - early 20th centuries. Many prominent scientists and culture workers lived here: V.I. Demut-Malinovsky (building 5, 1840s), G.I. Uspensky (building 6, 1888-89), Decembrists Bestuzhev brothers (Building 16, reconstructed in the 1820s), participants of Commune of Paris of 1871 Victor and Anna Jaclaire (building 17, 1880s), S.F. Oldenburg (building 17), poet V.S. Shefner (building 17, 1910-30s), artists N.N. Ge (building 36, 1870-75), the inventor of gas turbine P.L. Kuzminsky (building 37, 1893), sculptor V.V. Lishev (Building 37, 1917-60), Slavonic scholar N.S. Derzhavin (Building 39, 1931-53), V.I. Lenin spoke at a meeting of the Marxist circle (Building 74, November 1893). Building 57-61 houses Kozitsky Plant that produces television sets. In 2003, the monument to Vasily Korchmin, the man Vasilievsky Island is believed to have been named after, was placed in front of Building 34 (sculptor G. Lukyanov, architect S. Sergeev). Eighth Line and Ninth Line are renowned for following architectural monuments: Building 9 (the first third of the 18th century, reconstructed in 1877, architect L.L. Peterson), Building 61 - Holy Annunciation Synodal Metochion of St. Nicholas Church (the first third of the 19th century, reconstructed in 1898-99 by architect Vas.A. Kosyakov), Building 67 - Holy Annunciation Church, building 71 - chapel (1897-99, architect M.F. Eremeev). Here the following historic figures lived: M.S. Uritsky (building 9, 1917-18), chemists N.N. Zinin (1867-80), A.M. Butlerov (1871-86) and N.N. Beketov (1887-1911) lived in building 17; A.P. Kern, A.S. Pushkin frequently visited (a wooden house on the site of building 24, 1830s), O.E. Mandelstam (Building 31, 1930), economist A.P. Zabolotsky-Desyatovsky (Building 39, 1851-81), composer P.I. Tchaikovsky (Building 39, 1855-58), traveller P.P. Semenov-Tyan-Shansky (Building 39, 1861-1914). The Tenth and Eleventh Lines boast a number of architectural monuments, with Building 3 being the former Women’s Patriotic Institute (1820s, architect Mikhaylov 2nd) and Building 19 (1839, architect Bosse) are worth mentioning. At the Patriotic Institute, N.V. Gogol lectured in 1831-34; Building 31-35 housed Higher Women Bestuzhev Courses. V.I. Lenin visited his sister O.I. Ulyanova, who lived in student dormitory (Building 39). The majority of buildings of Twelfth Line and Thirteenth Line also date back to the 19th - 20th centuries. Building 10, Kazanskoe Inn (1722-25, architect D. Trezzini, constructed according to a model project, reconstructed in the 1820s), is an architectural monument. Building 5 housed the First Real School, V.M. Garshin finished it in 1874. Composer S.V. Rachmaninov used to visit Building 9 in the 1900s. A.M. Lyapunov lived in Building 23 in 1902-15. The majority of buildings on the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Line date back to the 19th and early 20th centuries: Building 39 is the former Gymnasium and Real School of K.I. May (1909-10, architect G.D. Grimm). G. Е. Kotelnikov (Building 31-33, 1912-41), A.N. Krylov (building 24, 1890s) and Repin (Building 30, 1867-77) used to live here. The prominent feature of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Line is Building 73 (1887, architect K.T. Andrushchenko), that is treasured as an architectural monument. Following historic figures lived here: I.N. Kramskoy, who founded there the Artel of Artists (building 4, 1864-65), the shipbuilder I.G. Bubnov (building 1З, 1895-1919), A.A. Ukhtomsky (building 29, 1906-42. On the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Line, the Finlyandsky Life Guard Regiment quartered in Buildings 2-5 and 16 in 1808-1914. On these lines, many remarkable people lived, including A.T. Matveev (Building 7, 1915-23), K.S. Petrov-Vodkin (Building 9, 1914-24), Vice-Admiral V.S. Zavoyko (Building 11, 1850-60s). Building 31 housed Pnevmatika Plant. The Mining Institute (buildings 2 and 4) and Mekhanobr Institute (Building 8) are located on the Twentieth and Twenty First Line. Building 8а (1898 - 1900, architect V.V. Schaub) is preserved as an architectural monument. The following well-known people lived here: the artist M.I. Avilov (Building 11, 1914-50s), the polar explorer V. Y. Wiese (Building 11, 1925-40), the geologist M.P. Rusakov (Building 1З, 1920-62), the artist N.E. Bublikov (building 13, 1899-1902) The Hydremeteorological Centre of St. Petersburg (building 2a), Faculty of Law of St. Petersburg State University (building 7), Makarov Naval Academy (building 9-11) are on the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Line. On Twenty Forth Line and Twenty-Fifth Line, there is Steel Rolling Plant (building 2-8). The architectural monument is the former cable shop with a water tower (building 6б, 1930-31, architect Y.G. Chernikhov). The Twenty-Eighth and Twenty-Ninth Line were constructed in the 1930s, the numeration is along Detskaya Street. Lebedev Scientific Research Institute of Synthetic Rubber and Loganson Secondary Arts School is also there. Kozhevennaya Line, located between Twenty Fourth Line and Bolshoy Avenue of Vasilievsky Island, was built in the 1780s in the course of the tanneries’ construction. It got the name in the first quarter of the 19th century. Today, there is Baltiisky Plant, tanneries Lenvest (building 1) and Radishchev Plant (building 27-31), Severny Textil (North Textile) Cotton-Printing Factory (Building 34), Sevkabel Plant (Building 36-38). Kosaya Line, located between Bolshoy Avenue of Vasilievsky Island and Kozhevennaya Line, was built in the 1780s and got its name in the first quarter of the 19th century due to its location at an angle to other lines. There, one of the buildings of Baltiisky Plant (building 16) and Makarov Naval Academy (building 15a) are located. Mendeleevskaya Line (named after D.I. Mendeleev, until 1923 - Universitetskaya Line), between Universitetskaya Embankment and Tiflisskaya Street. In 1722-42, the Twelve Colleges building was erected, today it is known as the main building of St. Petersburg State University. Building 5 is the former Novobirzhevoy Gostiny Dvor (see Gostinye dvory), in 1826-31, the museum wing of the Academy of Sciences was constructed (Building 1, architect I.F. Luchini with the participation of D.E. Filippov); in 1899-1904, Ott Obstetrics and Gynaecology Scientific Research Institute was built (building 3, architect L.N. Benois).

References: Никитенко Г. Ю., Соболь В. Д. Василеостровский район: Энцикл. улиц С.-Петербурга. 2-е изд., испр. и доп. СПб., 2002; see also references of the article Vasilievsky Island.

G. Y. Nikitenko.

Persons
Andrushchenko Konstantin Trofimovich
Antokolsky Mark Matveevich
Avilov M.I.
Bari Eduard
Beketov Nikolay Nikolaevich
Belinsky Vissarion Grigorievich
Benois Alexander Nikolaevich
Benois Leonty Nikolaevich
Bosse G.A. (see Bosse Yu.A.)
Botkin Mikhail Petrovich
Bryullov Boris Pavlovich
Bublikov Nikolay Evlampievich
Bubnov Ivan Grigorievich
Bunyakovsky Viktor Yakovlevich
Butlerov Alexander Mikhailovich
Chernikhov Yakov Georgievich
Demut-Malinovsky Vasily Ivanovich
Derzhavin Nikolay Sevastyanovich
Eremeev Mikhail Fedorovich
Filippov Dionisy Evgenievich
Fomichev Demyan Galaktionovich
Fomin Ivan Alexandrovich
Garshin Vsevolod Mikhailovich
Ge Nikolay Nikolaevich
Gogol Nikolay Vasilievich
Grebenschikov Ilya Vasilievich
Grimm German Davidovich
Ioganson Boris Vladimirovich
Ivanov Alexander Andreevich
Jaclaire Anna Vasilievna (nee Korvin-Krukovskaya)
Jaclaire Victor
Kern Anna Petrovna
Kirov (real name Kostrikov) Sergey Mironovich
Kitner Ieronim Sevastianovich
Korchmin Vasily
Kosyakov Vladimir Antonovich
Kotelnikov Gleb Evgenievich
Kozitsky Nikolay Grigorievich
Kozlovsky Mikhail Ivanovich
Kramskoy Ivan Nikolaevich
Krylov Alexander Nikolaevich
Krylov Ivan Andreevich
Kupala Yanka
Kuzminsky Pavel Dmitrievich
Lebedev Sergey Vasilievich
Lenin (real name Ulyanov) Vladimir Ilyich
Levitsky Dmitry Grigorievich
Lishev Vsevolod Vsevolodovich
Lomonosov Mikhail Vasilievich
Luchini Giovanni (Ivan Franzevich)
Lukyanov G.
Lyapunov Alexander Mikhailovich
Makarov Stepan Osipovich
Makovsky Konstantin Egorovich
Mandelstam Osip Emilievich
Matveev Alexander Terentievich
May Karl Ivanovich
Mendeleev Dmitry Ivanovich
Mikhaylov (Mikhaylov 2nd) Andrey Alexeevich
Mussorgsky Modest Petrovich
Niman Konstantin Ivanovich
Oldenburg Sergey Fedorovich
Ott Dmitry Oskarovich
Peterson Ludwig Ludwigovich
Petrov-Vodkin Kuzma Sergeevich
Punshel Fedor Karlovich
Pushkin Alexander Sergeevich
Rachmaninov Sergey Vasilievich
Radishchev Alexander Nikolaevich
Repin Ilya Efimovich
Rusakov Mikhail Petrovich
Rylov Arkady Alexandrovich
Saltykov-Shchedrin (real name Saltykov) Mikhail Evgrafovich
Schaub Vasily Vasilievich
Schmidt Karl Karlovich
Schreter Viktor Alexandrovich
Schubert Fedor Fedorovich
Semenov-Tyan-Shansky (real name Semenov) Peter Petrovich
Semevsky Vasily Ivanovich
Sergeev S.
Shaffe E.P.
Shefner Vadim Sergeevich
Shevchenko Taras Grigorievich
Shishkin Ivan Ivanovich
Stasov Vasily Petrovich
Surikov Vasily Ivanovich
Tchaikovsky Peter Ilyich
the Bestuzhevs
the Eliseevs
Trediakovsky Vasily Kirillovich
Trezzini Domenico
Troekurov A.I.
Ukhtomsky Alexey Alexeevich
Ulyanov Alexander Ilyich
Ulyanova Olga Ilyinichna
Uritsky Moisey Solomonovich
Uspensky Gleb Ivanovich
Vavilov Sergey Ivanovich
Venetsianov Alexander Gavrilovich
Wiese Vladimir Yulievich
Yakovlev Ivan Ivanovich
Zabolotsky-Desyatovsky Andrey Parfenovich
Zavoyko Vasily Stepanovich
Zinin Nikolay Nikolaevich

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Smolenka River Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city
Srednegavansky Ave/Saint Petersburg, city
Sredny Ave of Vasilievsky Island/Saint Petersburg, city
Tiflisskaya St./Saint Petersburg, city
Universitetskaya Embankment/Saint Petersburg, city

Bibliographies
Никитенко Г. Ю., Соболь В. Д. Василеостровский район: Энцикл. улиц С.-Петербурга. 2-е изд., испр. и доп. СПб., 2002
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The subject Index
Library of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Vavilov State Optical Institute
Cadet Corps (entry)
Russian Academy
Academy of Arts
Academy of Arts
Holy Annunciation Church (Eighth Line of Vasilievsky Island)
Bestuzhev's Courses
May's Gymnasium
Artel of Artists
Finlyandsky Life Guards Regiment
Plekhanov State Mining Institute, St. Petersburg
State University, St. Petersburg
Steel-Rolling Plant
Baltic Shipyard and Machine-Building Plant
Northern Cable, the factory
Twelve Collegiums Building
Gostiny Dvor
Russian Academy of Sciences
Ott Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology