24 Sights in Perm, Russia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Perm, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 24 sights are available in Perm, Russia.

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1. The place of crashing Boeing-737

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The place of crashing Boeing-737 Aktug Ates / GFDL 1.2

Aeroflot Flight 821 was a scheduled domestic passenger flight operated by Aeroflot-Nord in a service agreement with Aeroflot and as its subsidiary. On 14 September 2008, the aircraft operating the flight crashed on approach to Perm International Airport at 5:10 local time (UTC+06). All 82 passengers and 6 crew members were killed. Among the passengers who were killed was Russian Colonel General Gennady Troshev, an adviser to the President of Russia who had been the commander of the North Caucasus Military District during the Second Chechen War. A section of the Trans-Siberian Railway was damaged by the crash. Flight 821 is the deadliest accident involving a Boeing 737-500, surpassing the 1993 crash of Asiana Airlines Flight 733, and was the second-deadliest aviation incident in 2008, behind Spanair Flight 5022.

Wikipedia: Aeroflot Flight 821 (EN)

2. Пермское духовное училище

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The Theological College is a historical building in the center of Perm, located on Gazeta Zvezda Street, 18 or Lenin Street, 29. The facade of the building overlooks the street of the newspaper "Zvezda". The building is one of the largest historical buildings in the city. It also stands out for its architectural appearance. The style is eclectic. The side facade along Lenin Street has more elements of classicism, while elements of the Russian style appear on the side of Gazeta Zvezda Street. Nowadays, the building is occupied by the Perm State Institute of Arts and Culture.

Wikipedia: Пермское духовное училище (RU)

3. Вознесенско-Феодосиевская церковь

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The Ascension-Feodosievskaya Church is an Orthodox church in Perm, one of the last built in the city before the revolution. Initially, it was called the Church of the Ascension of the Lord, or simply the Ascension Church. Nowadays it is better known as the Theodosius Church. Its popular name - "merchant" - is now almost forgotten. Since 1991, it has been returned to the faithful, today there is a parish of the Ascension of the Lord of the Perm Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Wikipedia: Вознесенско-Феодосиевская церковь (Пермь) (RU)

4. Дом Вердеревского

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The Werderevsky House is a mansion in the historical center of Perm. The name was named after the first owner of the building, the chairman of the state chamber Vasily Evgrafovich Verderevsky. In addition, the mansion is sometimes called the "Protopopov House" after one of the owners of the building, as well as the "Central Rooms", since in the pre-revolutionary period there was a hotel of the same name. Located on the bank of the Kama River at Sibirskaya Street, 2.

Wikipedia: Дом Вердеревского (RU)

5. Пермская государственная краевая универсальная библиотека им. А. М. Горького

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Perm State Order of the Badge of Honor, the Gorky Regional Universal Library is the central library of Perm Krai. Performs the functions of forming, storing and providing users with the most complete universal collection of documents. The functions and powers of the founder on behalf of the Perm Territory are carried out within its competence by the sectoral body - the Ministry of Culture of the Perm Territory.

Wikipedia: Пермская краевая библиотека имени А. М. Горького (RU)


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The art object “Happiness is not far off” was created by the artist Boris Matrosov for the articular festival of landscape objects “Artpole”. In Perm, the art object was installed in 2009 as part of the Public-Art Museum in the city, which was held by the Museum of Modern Art of PermM during the Moscow Exhibition and the Concessive Festival of Street Culture and Modern Art, Living Perm .

Wikipedia: Счастье не за горами (RU)

7. Дом архитектора А. Б. Турчевича

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Дом архитектора А. Б. Турчевича

Architect Turchevich's house is a landmark of Perm. It is located at the corner of Ekaterininskaya and Ostrovsky Street. On 20 May 1993, the building was registered by the state as a monument to architecture and urban planning "Architect A. B. " Turcevic ", in accordance with Decision No. 683 of the Minor Council of the Perm Regional Council, reminiscent of a sign on the wall of the house.

Wikipedia: Дом Турчевича (RU)

8. Сад 250-летия Перми

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Сад 250-летия Перми

The Garden named after the 250th anniversary of Perm is a square in Perm. The park is located in the Dzerzhinsky district of the city in front of the Perm-II railway station between the two directions of the railway and Gaidar Square. The unofficial name "Park of Stones" the square received because of the collection of rock samples found in the territory of the Western Urals.

Wikipedia: Парк камней (RU)

9. Perm Mosque

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The Perm Central Mosque was built in 1902 and 1903 in the Tatar district of Perm, Russia. Its construction was financed by the local Tatar merchant families. The striped green-and-white building with a tapering minaret was designed by Alexander Ozhegov. For some years it was the northernmost mosque in the world until superseded by the Nord Kamal Mosque in Norilsk.

Wikipedia: Perm Mosque (EN)

10. Администрация г. Перми

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The Perm Provincial Treasury Chamber was an institution of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Empire, established in Perm with the formation of a viceroyalty in 1781. The treasury chambers were in charge of state property, wine bribes, tax collection and, initially, the construction part. The treasury chambers were subordinate to the county treasuries.

Wikipedia: Пермская губернская казённая палата (RU)

11. Memorial of memory of victims of the fire in the night club Lame Horse

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The Lame Horse fire occurred on 5 December 2009, around 1 a.m. local time in the nightclub Khromaya Loshad at 9 Kuybyshev Street, Perm, Russia. The fire started when sparks from pyrotechnics ignited the low ceiling and its willow twig covering. The fire quickly spread to the walls and damaged the building's electrical wiring, causing the lights to fail.

Wikipedia: Lame Horse fire (EN)

12. The memorial complex of the 1905 Revolution

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The memorial complex on Mount HSE in the city of Perm includes the following elements: a monument to the fighters of the 1905 revolution, burial of party members who are participants in the revolution, the building of the museum-diorama and the exposition in the building of Diorama "December Armed Uprising of 1905 in Motovilikha".

Wikipedia: Мемориальный комплекс на горе Вышка (г. Пермь) (RU)

13. Perm Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre

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The Perm Tchaikovsky Opera and Ballet Theatre is an opera and ballet theatre in the city of Perm in Russia. It is one of the oldest theatres in the country, and it has remained a major musical centre during its history, in which many significant art events have taken place. Its ballet troupe is one of the most popular in Russia.

Wikipedia: Perm Opera and Ballet Theatre (EN), Website

14. Спасо-Преображенский кафедральный собор

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Спасо-Преображенский кафедральный собор shakko / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral is the former largest cathedral in Perm. Its building is located at the beginning of Komsomolsky Prospekt. Currently, the Perm Art Gallery is located here. An object of cultural heritage of the peoples of the Russian Federation of federal significance.

Wikipedia: Спасо-Преображенский кафедральный собор (Пермь) (RU)

15. Дом Смышляева

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Smyshlyaev's House is a mansion in the historical center of Perm, an architectural monument. It was named after the owners of the building in 1842-1864 - the merchant Dmitry Emelyanovich Smyshlyaev and his son Dmitry Dmitrievich Smyshlyaev. Located at: Petropavlovskaya Street, 25.

Wikipedia: Дом Смышляева (RU)

16. Дом Любимовых-Рязанцевых

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Lyubimov-Ryazantsev's house is a mansion in the historic center of Perm. The name was given after the owners of the buildings in different years-merchants Lyubimov and Ryazantsev. At present, it is called "Arkadi Gaidar Journalist's Home". Located at 8 Sibirskaya Street.

Wikipedia: Дом Любимовых-Рязанцевых (RU)

17. Дом Мешкова

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The Meshkov Mansion, also known as the Meshkov House, is a historic building in Perm, Perm Krai, Russia. Built between 1887 and 1889, the building served a number of roles through its history. The mansion is currently occupied by the Perm Regional Museum's main branch.

Wikipedia: Meshkov House (EN)

18. Особняк К. Ф. Токаревой

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Tokareva’s mansion is a monument of urban planning and architecture of local (regional) values located in the central part of the city of Perm. The mansion is located on the corner of Perm Street and Komsomolsky Prospekt, at the address of Permskaya Street, 67 house.

Wikipedia: Особняк Токаревой (RU)

19. Сквер Уральских добровольцев

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Сквер Уральских добровольцев

The black market is a large shopping center operating in the city of Perm in the 19th - beginning of the 20th century, which also had the name of the bread market. Currently, part of the territory of the former market is the square of the Ural volunteers.

Wikipedia: Чёрный рынок (Пермь) (RU)

20. Церковь Всех Святых

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Церковь Всех Святых

The Church of All Saints is an Orthodox church of the first city deanery of the Perm and Solikamsk diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in Perm on the territory of the Yegoshikhinskoye cemetery in the Sverdlovsk district of the city.

Wikipedia: Храм Всех Святых (Пермь) (RU)

21. Perm Academic Theatre

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Perm Academic Theatre-Theatre is a theatre in Perm, founded in 1927 as the Theatre of Working Youth. Located in the city center, on the Esplanade. The building of the theater is an architectural monument of regional importance.

Wikipedia: Пермский академический Театр-Театр (RU), Website

22. Росток

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The Izhboldins Trading House is a monument of architecture and urban planning of local (regional) significance, located in the Leninsky district of the city of Perm, on the corner of Osinskaya and Petropavlovskaya streets.

Wikipedia: Торговый дом Ижболдиных (RU), Website

23. Пермские ворота

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Пермские ворота

“The Perm Vorota” is the art project of Nikolai Polisky, created in 2011 for the Perm Museum of Modern Art Permm. Located at the Central Railway Station Perm-Perm II, in the square of the 250th anniversary of Perm.

Wikipedia: Пермские ворота (RU)

24. Музей Мотовилихинского завода

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The Museum of Perm Artillery is a museum representing the history of the development of the enterprise from the moment Peter the Great decided to build copper smelters in the Urals to the present day.

Wikipedia: Музей «Мотовилихинских заводов» (RU)


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