The character of a Moscow house after the Fire considerably changed. Small houses slowly succeded big town mansions and houses-palaces of the Kazakov period. House of prince Gagarin is fairly referred to the number of classical examples of town mansions of that type. All the elements of a town mansion are preserved in miniature in the planning of the lot aтв ща the building. The architecture of this construction is marked with beauty and perfection of a unique composition of the facade. A small and cozy wooden mansion preserving planning and decoration of interiors burnt down because of a bomb in 1941.
Theatre Square and Bolshoy Theatre building
The Moscow University
Upper Trading Rows on the Red Square
Church of the Mother of God "Joy of All Who Sorrow"
Board of trustees building on Solianka street (present Presidium of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences)
Lunins' House on Nikitsky boulevard
Gagarin House on Povarskaya street