Category:Bugrov Homeless Shelter (Nizhny Novgorod)

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This is a category about a cultural heritage object in Russia, number: 5200550000 (Wiki Loves Monuments logo - Russia - without text.svg WLM) in the Russian Ministry of Culture information site.

English: Former Bugrov's homeless shelter (now the office of the Federal Migration Service), in Skoba Square, Nizhny Novgorod. According to the plaque on the building, the homeless shelter building was erected in 1880-83, paid for by the local philanthropist A.P. Bugrov; its residents were the prototypes of Maxim Gorky's "The Lower Depths". Now the building houses the main office of the Federal Migration Service in Nizhny Novgorod. The tops of two of the Kremlin's towers can be seen in the background.
Русский: Бывшая Бугровская ночлежка (позднеее, ОВИР, ныне, ФМС) на пл. Скоба, г. Н. Новгород.

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