Batushkin mansion (Kolchak's house), Omsk
(4.1/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
Batushkin mansion (Kolchak's house) is located in Omsk. Plan to visit Batushkin mansion (Kolchak's house) during your Omsk vacation using our convenient Omsk tour planner.
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  • Former merchant mansion of Batiushkov-beautiful, well renovated. During the civil war the building was the residence of the kolchak. In Soviet times there was tuberculosis Sanatorium for children. But with 60 's he stood in ruins, and parents of children, located near 64 schools, frightened the danger of contracting tuberculosis. Therefore, only the most reckless children reach and played in its ruins. And now in this building is the CIVIL REGISTRY and the Centre for the study of the history of the civil war. Such metamorphosis.
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  • The House more than 100 years, but it is in excellent condition and very harmoniously blends in with the architecture of the city! The House is conveniently located overlooking the Irtysh, has good garden! Now located in the House civil war Museum!
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  • In 1902 year Batyushkov built a house without realizing that it will be a model of urban planning architecture. It was fully landscaped home. "in parts of light, had an ideal ventilation, but without a single pane and visible heating devices, with raznovelikimi ceilings. In the civil war here quartered A.v. Kolchak. At the end of 80-ies instead of restoration in the building was reconstructed during which it became clear that the unique technical characteristics of destroyed as one of the first fountains near the House. But the building still attracts its architectural elegance. Now here is the matrimonial house.
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