Here is a collection of old photos of streets, alleys and squares of Moscow, who were taken a hundred years ago Emile Gauthier-Dyufaye Vladimirovich. The museum Shchusev Architecture contains over 500 of his pictures, but experts say that in the author's collection was about 700 pictures of old Moscow. So who knows, maybe in the near future we will have to wait for the new fotootkrytiya. Often when viewing images from the modern capital of the audience raises a lot of questions: in what form is preserved architecture of the city, how to construct its road transportation system, and most importantly, whether the city is convenient for people's lives ...
Old photographs of Moscow have the opposite effect - they radiate heat, causing the viewer with nostalgia and sentimentality ... Other Forms of familiar streets and alleys on the one hand create a feeling quite different, different from our own and completely forgotten life, and on the other - they are filled with a special atmosphere. Despite more than a century of age, old photos of the city of amazingly "living».
View Cross Lane, on the right manor Buturlins, she manor RI Vorontsov, 1910.
View Znamenka from Pashkov House. In the distance, on the right, is seen entering the mansion Buturlins.
Znamenka Street, view on Moss Street, Kremlin and Pashkov House (left)
View of the main manor house from the corner of Znamenka Buturlins and Cross Lane
View Kuznetsky Most of Petrovka
View from Prechistenka Tsaritsyno (Chertolky) lane
Trinity Church in Zubovo
St. Basil's Cathedral
Sheremetev (now Romanov) lane
Gate entrance to the Alexandrovsky Garden
Watering the streets at the Theatre Square.