Lutheran Church will develop a restoration project of the chambers of Mazepa in Moscow

Moscow. 7 Aug. INTERFAX – Evangelical Lutheran Church began developing a restoration project of the Chambers of Mazeppa XVII century in the center of Moscow, reports on Tuesday the press service of the Moscow cultural heritage Department.

The chamber is located in Kolpachny lane in Moscow. According to legend, they belonged to the legendary Hetman. In 1689 the house was given to the uncle of the first wife of Peter I Peter Lopukhin, from the late eighteenth century were owned by the princes Golitsyn, the Soviet regime in the chambers was placed a housing. In the 1990-ies of the monument was transferred to the Lutheran community, as the neighborhood is a complex of buildings belonging to the community, including the Cathedral of Peter and Paul.

The experts will describe all the features of the buildings, to bring this historical and archival materials, then reflect the architectural solution is the restoration of the interiors and facades of the monument. Further, the specialists of the Moscow cultural heritage Department will have to evaluate how the proposed solutions contribute to the preservation of the historic appearance of the object, and then begin the restoration.