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MIRROS Hotel Moscow Kremlin
«HOTEL ONE STEP FROM THE KREMLIN»
It is difficult to find a hotel in Moscow with such a unique feature as the view from the rooms to the Kremlin.
MIRROS Hotel Moscow Kremlin
MIRROS Hotel Moscow Kremlin is located in a historic 19th century mansion on Mokhovaya Street in the center of the capital in close proximity to the main attraction.
But this is not the only thing that makes MIRROS stand out among city hotels. During the stay at the hotel Guests receive a high level of service, accommodation in comfortable rooms, as well as a wide range of additional services.
Due to its unique location, as well as optimal walking and transport accessibility to the main attractions and major exhibition grounds, the hotel is appreciated by both business and leisure travelers.
HISTORICAL EVENTS - «DISRUPTED HOUSE»
The house was built in 1892, and according to the project of the architect M. A. Arseniev, the house was not at all torn apart, but a long "Profitable house for supplying the poor with apartments in Moscow" commissioned by the Brotherly Society.
This organization in 1861, together with other activists, was created by Princess N.B. Trubetskaya. The reason was that the previous winter in the city was very snowy. And with the onset of spring, the Moskva River overflowed its banks, leaving people homeless. Thanks to this organization, several tenement houses with cheap apartments appeared in different parts of Moscow. They were provided for a small fee, for example, to fire victims and widows with children.
From an architectural point of view, it did not stand out in anything special, because apartments were provided to those in need, therefore such houses were not luxuriously decorated. The house on Mokhovaya became a landmark after the Great Patriotic War. In August 1941, a German aerial bomb hit the house. It went through four floors of the building and exploded almost in the basement itself, completely destroying part of the building.
Due to significant damage to the central part of the house, only the side buildings were restored, which received one number - 10 on Mokhovaya Street, although with the designation of buildings - 1 and 2.
There is a beautiful view of the Kremlin between the buildings. In particular, you can see Poteshny and Teremny palaces in the Kremlin, as well as some temples.