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Budynok Poltoratsʹkykh

Chernihiv, Ukraine
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Budynok Poltoratsʹkykh, located at Mira Avenue 74, is a wooden one-storey house that was built in 1878. It holds significant historical value as it is the only remaining building from the former medical quarter that existed on the outskirts of Chernihiv in the late 19th century. This quarter was established along the old Odessa-Petersburg road and became a hub for doctors' residences after the construction of charitable institutions in the area. Unfortunately, over the years, the house has undergone various changes in ownership and usage. During the communist revolution, it was taken over and used by the Community of fishermen of Chernihiv. After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, the house was rented from the city utility company, but due to the landlord's death, it has been left unused for the past 30 years. The city authorities had initially planned to turn the house into a museum, but its deteriorated condition and lack of architectural and historical value, as stated in official documents, hindered this plan. In August 2023, the house was purchased at an auction for 3 million hryvnias by TOV Masany 20, and the future of the property is uncertain. Sadly, the current state of the house is disheartening, with hammered windows and doors and overall emergency condition. It is evident that the building has not been preserved well over time, and its historical significance has been largely disregarded. Despite its current state, Budynok Poltoratsʹkykh holds a sense of beauty and carries the memories of Peter Poltoratsky, a prominent figure associated with the house in the latter part of the 20th century. However, it is clear that there is a lack of appreciation and respect for its historical value, which is a cause for disappointment among those who recognize its significance. Overall, the future of Budynok Poltoratsʹkykh remains uncertain, with the possibility of demolition being the most likely outcome. This is a sorry sight that reflects a disregard for history and a missed opportunity to preserve a once significant part of Chernihiv's heritage.
Address:Myru Avenue, 74, Chernihiv



The house was built in 1878. Belonged to the family of doctors Poltoratsky. Subsequently, the revolution was communized and the period of the USSR in the house was the Community of fishermen of Chernihiv. After 1991, the house was rented from the cit.. Read more »
Most likely they will be demolished. Sorry sight.
History of WHAT? Clearly - disrespect for History ((
Convenient to piss behind the building
Oak shutters painted with paint))
A very beautiful place
History of the house on Mira Avenue 74 A wooden one-storey house was built at the end of the XIX century. This is the only building left from the former medical quarter, which grew on the outskirts of Chernigov in the second half of the 19th century.. Read more »
Peter Poltoratsky is a son, grandson, great-grandson ... I remember him from the second half of the 20th century. Grandfather sold it after the war to the hunting society. Then went on the "hands". Before the advent of "independence&qu.. Read more »
Hammered windows and doors, emergency condition.
Emergency condition, not preserved either of that era.