A beautiful palace but you can not see much of it now. It is currently a psychiatric clinic housing people with mental problems.
Originally built in the early 1800’s by a Prince Chetvertinskih. Then in 1830 a banker in the area bought the palace and it belonged to his family until 1917 when it was first turned into a nursing home then a psychiatric clinic which it is still today.
Legend says that Alexander Pushkin stopped by this palace in 1821 and there is an oak tree planted in memory of his visit