Building 2477 (previous code S376), The Old City
Built in the 19th c.
The basements were built in the 17 – 18th c.
Reconstructed in the 19th. – 20th c.
A brick three-storeyed building of a rectangular plan and symmetric composition has the cellars (built on the old foundation), a garret and a gable roof. The influence of Classicism and Pseudo-renaissance is obvious on the main facade. Former living house of a wealthy citizen with the retail premise fon the ground floor of the building.