Kherson

Marchenko’s house

Description

  • This is a two-story building with windows framed by keel arches and a front door.

If, walking along the streets of Kherson, you have reached the corner of st. Suvorov and the lane of the Gozadinov sisters, you will be met by Marchenko House. This is a two-story building with windows framed by keel arches and a front door, indicated by a detailedly decorated metal cornice. And a sign that little by little introduces into the history of the house. As well as the courtyard hidden behind the building, preserving the memories of past days.

If, walking along the streets of Kherson, you have reached the corner of st. Suvorov and the lane of the Gozadinov sisters, you will be met by Marchenko House. This is a two-story building with windows framed by keel arches and a front door, indicated by a detailedly decorated metal cornice. And a sign that little by little introduces into the history of the house. As well as the courtyard hidden behind the building, preserving the memories of past days.

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HISTORY

  • The first inhabitants of the house, expected by his name, were the Marchenko family.
  • In 1912, the construction of a four-story building for the already female gymnasium began in the courtyard.

The first inhabitants of the house, expected by his name, were the Marchenko family. The director of the bank, a member of the Kherson city council and state adviser Savva Vasilievich Marchenko, his wife, teacher, Valentina Ivanovna Marchenko and their children.

The second floor, indicated by windows with keel arches, was intended for parents, reception and dining room. The first basement, which we can see from the street through small square windows in the ground, was exclusively a children's floor, where their five children lived in five separate rooms. After some time, the house ceased to be just a house. And part of the premises passed under the educational institution on the idea of his wife, then raved about the creation of a female gymnasium.

The first inhabitants of the house, expected by his name, were the Marchenko family. The director of the bank, a member of the Kherson city council and state adviser Savva Vasilievich Marchenko, his wife, teacher, Valentina Ivanovna Marchenko and their children.

The second floor, indicated by windows with keel arches, was intended for parents, reception and dining room. The first basement, which we can see from the street through small square windows in the ground, was exclusively a children's floor, where their five children lived in five separate rooms. After some time, the house ceased to be just a house. And part of the premises passed under the educational institution on the idea of his wife, then raved about the creation of a female gymnasium.

INTERESTING FACTS

  • In 1912, the construction of a four-story building for the already female gymnasium began in the courtyard.
  • During World War II, for unknown reasons, horses seized the house.
  • In 1912, the construction of a four-story building for the already female gymnasium began in the courtyard.
  • During World War II, for unknown reasons, horses seized the house.