The Durov Museum in Taganrog. © TaganrogCity.Com
House of Savitsky in Taganrog. © TaganrogCity.Com
The project of the Saint Trinity fortress and seaport of Taganrog, established by the Austrian engineer Baron Ernst Friedrich von Borgsdorf. © PoZitiv Film Studio
The Palace of Alexander I of Russia in Taganrog, where the Russian Emperor died in 1825, as appears on a 19th century postcard.
The Assumption Cathedral in Taganrog, Russia (1818-1938), where Anton Chekhov was christened on February 10,1860.
Residence of Russian poet and playwright Nestor Kukolnik, later Azov-Don Commercial Bank, today the building is occupied by Taganrog Branch of the Savings Bank of Russia and Taganrog State Archive as appears on a 19-century postcard.
Taganrog City Theater (1866), founded in 1827 and named after Anton Chekhov in 1944 as appears on a 19-century postcard.
The Greek Monastery (1809-1814), where the burial service for the Russian Czar Alexandre I of Russia was read in 1825. The Statue of Alexandre I (sculptor Marthos) inaugurated in 1831.
The Mansion of Ivan Varvatsi (Ioannis Varvakis) in Taganrog on a 19th century postcard.
The Boys Gymnasium in Taganrog (1843), founded in 1809 on a 19-th century postcard. Today - Chekhov Literary Museum.
Photograph of the Birthhouse of Faina Ranevskaya in the city of Taganrog, Russia.
The Achilles Alferaki Palace in Taganrog, Russia (1848).