Several more cultural heritage sites were identified and registered in Yalta
Two mansions and a stele added to the list of identified cultural heritage sites. According to the head of the administration of Yalta, Yanin Pavlenko, among them was the Gray Blackbirds dacha built in 1905 on Chernova Street, which at different times was home to many famous people, including the artist Valentina Tsvetkova, who depicted the mansion in one of her works .
Also interesting are the pseudo-Gothic “Chernomor Castle” on Pavlenko, owned by the widow of Lieutenant General von Depp, and the stele on the embankment in memory of the 90th anniversary of the exodus of members of the Imperial Family from Russia. Now these objects are under protection, their demolition is prohibited. The next stage is inclusion in the register of OKNs— the press service of the Yalta administration quotes Yanina Pavlenko.
She also thanked everyone who participated in this process — specialists from the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning and personally Anastasia Teplygina, researcher Larisa Lysova, the Historical and Literary Museum, the Ministry of Culture of Crimea headed by Tatyana Manezhina and her deputy Andrei Rostenko, who is in charge of this area.
In turn, Anastasia Teplygina, head of the department of aesthetics and architectural appearance of the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning, added that in total in 2022-2023, the administration, public organizations and Yalta residents identified over 70 OKNs, and since 2014 — more than 200.
We will definitely continue our work to preserve our architectural monuments and cultural heritage.,” emphasizes Anastasia Teplygina.
source: Information Policy Department of the Yalta City Administration