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Mansion of Count Sheremetyev. He began to belong to Count Sheremetyev after he was acquired from the Rozumovsky family, a noble nobleman of the Catherine epoch. In 1801, in the church of Simeon the Stylite, the count and his serf actress Zhemchugova were married. The event was secret so as not to disturb the respectable nobility by such an unequal marriage. But soon Praskovi Ivanovna Zhemchugovoy passed away - she died in 1803, soon after moving to the northern capital. And in 1809 Nikolai Petrovich Sheremetyev was gone. The mansion passed to the son Dmitry. He, like his father, was engaged in extensive charity. Grandson - Sergey Dmitrievich was the last of the Sheremetyev family who owned the house before the revolution. Translated with Google Translate


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