№ 2955-2958. Architectural Heritage of Russia. Architecture of the Samara Region

Artist-designer – Moscovets A.

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Advisor Neronov’s Mansion was built in 1840 according to the project of architects N. Telitsyn and L. Volkov. It belongs to cultural heritage objects of federal significance and is one of the few buildings with the façade that has underwent no changes since the time of its construction.

The Samara Drama Theater was founded on November 8, 1851. The stone building of the theater was designed by architect M. Chichagov and opened on October 2, 1888. The building of the Samara Academic Drama Theater named after M. Gorky is a cultural heritage object (a monument of urban planning and architecture) of federal importance.

The Golovkin's dacha complex was built in the early 20th century. Konstantin Golovkin personally designed the countryside residence. The general appearance of the residence with elephants and its layout resemble mostly the Viennese Secession stylistics that is the Austrian interpretation of Art Nouveau.

The factory kitchen was built by Leningrad architect E. Maksimova in the then fashionable Constructivist style in 1932. She designed a two-story building with the total area of 8,200 square meters in the shape of a hammer and sickle. Nowadays, it was granted the title of a cultural heritage monument, and besides, the factory kitchen has become a Samara branch of the Tretyakov Gallery, which specializes in Art of the 20th century.

The block of four provides images of the Neronov’s Mansion, the Samara Academic Drama Theater named after M. Gorky, the Golovkin's dacha complex and the factory kitchen of the Maslennikov plant.


Paper Printing method Perforation Format of the block of four Format of the stamp Edition
Chalk surfaced Offset + security system Comb 11¼ 94 × 99 mm 37 × 37 mm 30 thousand blocks of four

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