In the historical part of Rostov-on-Don, st. Shaumyan 64
Near the intersection of Cathedral Lane and Shaumyan Street, the former Dmitrievskaya Street, on its southern side, a four-story brick house with an attic floor at number 64 has been preserved. Its restrained architectural appearance is typical for tenement houses of the early 20th century. And yet today our eyes are attracted by the surviving details: - a fan-shaped pattern of forged balcony railings; - glazed transom front door; - a canopy over it on openwork brackets. The date 1913 is inscribed in the forged ornament under its slopes. This is the time when construction was completed.