BALTIC HOUSE THEATRE

BALTIC HOUSE THEATRE

The building of the Baltic House, earlier known as Leninist Komsomol State Theatre, was built on the left ell of the former National House of Emperor Nikolay II, which burnt down in 1932 (today, in the escaped right el of the house, is the Music Hall) in Alexandrovsky Park. The pioneer theatre project, created by architect Demkov, was stylish in Leningrad avant-garde, but the final project has the soul of Stalin’s neoclassicism. The original interiors have been saved in the theatre building.

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