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Londonskaya Hotel (formerly Hotel Odessa)



Primorsky Blvd. 11 (Приморский Бульвар)

Built in 1893 by the architect Yuri Dmitrenko.
During the Soviet Union it was owned by Intourist

The facade is early Italian Renaissance style. The hotel has three vertical projections and balconies on the two top stories. The windows of the upper stories have arrow-shaped frames. The entrance hall is decorated with double lonic columns of red marble with gilded capitals. A white marble staircase leads to the upper floors. The staircase banister is decorated with bronze sculptures.

(Click here for general information on the hotel)

Memorial Plaque

Primorsky Blvd. 14 (Приморский Бульвар)
On the facade of the yellow building with three floors and pillared balconies is a memorial inscription which states:

In this building, from 1964 to 1994, an internationalist,
the hero of the People's Republic of Yugoslavia,
an assistant professor of Odessa National University
named after Illya I. Mechnikov,
Milich Vukashin Mirashevich lived and worked.

(Click here for more on Mechnikov, under Odessa State University)


Continue your virtul tour by walking to the Pushkin Bust
Return to the Primorsky Boulevard (Приморский Бульвар) Overview
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