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         The building, which now houses the Inn 6 line, dates back to 1720, when the development of the site on Vasilyevsky Island began and the buildings were all wooden. In 1820, a three-story stone house in the classical style was erected here, which occupies a plot not all the width; after 20 years, the same house is added to the existing building on the left, but slightly different in facade processing. In 1830, there was the apartment of a real state adviser, head of the St. Petersburg Customs Arkady Semenovich Timiryazev - the father of a famous scientist. 1839 - In the same house in 1839, Taras Shevchenko (1814-1861), then a student of the Academy of Arts, rented a room in the same house.
        Today, you can stay in a unique place imbued with the history of the development of St. Petersburg. We have created cozy and comfortable rooms, carefully restored the doors, restored stucco molding and tiled stoves. Just a few steps separates you from booking a room in the historical heart of St. Petersburg!