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Dmitri Nikolaevich Chichagov
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Birth: Sep. 3, 1835
Death: Jul. 4, 1894

Russian architect and teacher who worked in Moscow in the second half of the XIX century. Master of eclecticism, creator of iconic for Moscow XIX century monuments - Turgenev reading rooms, the Moscow City Duma, churches, schools and other public buildings. In the Soviet era, many of his creations were destroyed. In 1871-1872 he was the chief architect of the Polytechnic Exhibition in Moscow. In 1888 won the first call for proposals of the building of the Moscow City Duma on Resurrection area (total 38 projects were presented.) After the results were announced, it revealed problems with foundations. Public offices, which planned to put the building, and the need to increase fares to Red Square. In addition to the building of the Duma, during the reign of Mayor N. Alekseev (which coincided with the last decade of his life architect) he built many public buildings in Moscow, including the building demolished in 1972 in Moscow, the city's oldest free public Library and Reading Room.
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  Nikolay Ivanovich Chichagov (1803 - 1858)
  Dmitri Nikolaevich Chichagov (1835 - 1894)
  Mikhael Nikolaevich Chichagov (1837 - 1889)*
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Vagan'kovskoe Cemetery
Moscow Federal City, Russia
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Record added: Dec 03, 2012
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Dmitri Nikolaevich Chichagov
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Dmitri Nikolaevich Chichagov
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Dmitri Nikolaevich Chichagov
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