Photos In Odessa in the house of Gogol collapsed roof

The ceiling collapsed and a wooden ceiling on the second floor


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In Odessa in a building located on elm street, 11, collapsed part of the roof.

On Tuesday, April 24, according to the southern courier.

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It is noted that as a result of collapsed ceilings and hardwood floors on the second floor. Also destroyed vintage decor.

There were no injuries.

The house was built in 1846. It belonged to the uncle of the writer on the maternal side, a retired major-General Andrew Chrominska. Nikolai Gogol stayed with him when he lived in Odessa, in the years 1850-1851.

We will note, earlier in an emergency the estate of artist Alexander Murashko in Kiev center collapsed part of the balcony.