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Электропоезд Семенов-Нижний Новгород

Электропоезд Нижний Новгород-Семенов

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The Excursion Into Semyonov.

S. B.Kornilov (11585 bytes)Boris Kornilov square. 

This square is named after a famous poet, our countryman Boris Petrovich Kornilov, who sang the praises of his motherland-Nizhegorodskaya region. «The nightingale of Semyonov» that is how people call him with respect.  Now Boris Kornilov is famous all over the Russia. In 1992 Engels square changed its name into Boris Kornilov square to immortalize the name and the memory of the poet. Boris Kornilov was born in Semyonov in 1907, he spent his childhood and youth here, in Semyonov he began to create his poems. The pick of his creative work was in the 1930-s, that was an extremely hard Soviet period that hurt the young poet soon. When Boris Kornilov was a beginner another poet Sergey Esenin had practically finished his way. Esenin died .The two poets had much in common because they both were born and grew up in the country. And we can say that Sergey Esenin passed the baton to Kornilov. The life of the poet was finished tragically, Boris Kornilov was killed when he was in his thirties. Because of the repressions Stalin pursued Boris Kornilov was shut down in 1938 in Levashovskaya pustosh (Leningrad region). The talented poet left for us not numerous but really a priceless inheritance: some poems about the Civil War and about 200 lyric poems. That was all he had written during the 10 years of his life he dedicated to Literature. And we are thankful together for his marvelous poems and we keep the memory of him in our hearts. And now we can say that his words came to life:


"You will never be gone, my pine,

 My adoring land.

Some time I will sow the seeds again.

                                   Ты не уйдешь, моя сосновая,
                                  Моя любимая страна.
                                 Когда-нибудь, но буду снова я,
                                 бросать на землю семена "






 In the picture we can see the monument to Kornilov and the school where the poet studied in 1920-1923/4. The school is rather an old building. It was built in 1898. And in 1998 the secondary school №1, that is situated here now, celebrated its 100 Anniversary. The first building was wooden and 1-stored. Then a new one was made of red brick; it is now a part of the school.

Kornilov.GIF (9975 bytes) A famous artist of Russian Federation Anatoliy Bichukov, who adores the poetic works of Boris Kornilov, made the monument to Kornilov from pink granite. The monument was built in 1967, it was open in 1968, and in 1987 it was replaced to Kornilov square. Every year on Boris Kornilov`s birthday those who esteem his poems come to the monument and bring flowers.  

 Let’s go back to the square, to its plan. For the building of Semyonov the general plan was confirmed. генеральный планThat was an ideal square with 5 squares within: Sobornaya, Schepnaya, Lozhkarnaya, Nizhnyaya Bazarnaya and Verkhnyaya Bazarnaya. Now we are in former Verkhnyaya Bazarnaya square, from which 6 streets run like the rays: to the right of the school there is Pionerskaya str. (former Verkhniy lane, later B.Kun str.), then there is Fevralskoy Revolyutsii str. (former Dyakovskaya str.), to the right of it there are small streets: Galanina str. (former Malaya Gildeyskaya str.), Krasnoarmeyskaya str. (former Bolshaya Gildeyskaya str.), Vaneyeva str. where Semyonov Museum of History and Art is located. To the right of this street there is Respublicka Sovyetov str.
 We would like to pay your attention to the house that is located at the corner of Fevralskoy Revolyutsii str. It is an old house over 100 years old. Since 1879 its owner was Ivan Kirillovich Kiselyov. There were a greengrocery and a spoon-engraver’s workshop with 4 workers in the house. Kiselyov also had got a small shop in Schepnoy Row of Nizhegorodskaya Yarmarka, his son Peter and his daughter-in-law Alexandra Semionovna mostly were there. The Kiselyovs got on well with Agraphena Osipovna Vitushkina who was the nurse of their son Yuriy. When Soviet Authority came the Kiselyovs were living in Krayushkina str., but then they left for Nizhniy Novgorod. Either did Vitushkina in the 1920-s. During the repressions the Kiselyovs were arrested. But they had given Vitushkina a sack with their jewels to keep. The authorities tried to make the Kiselyovs give up all the precious, and the Kiselyovs asked Agraphena Vitushkina to give up their jewels to save her and their son’s lives. Vitushkina did not even know what was in the sack. After they had been released from the prison the Kiselyovs moved to Saratov. Yuriy Petrovich Kiselyov became an actor and then the Head Director of Saratov Theatre Of A Young Spectator. He was honored the name of the Public Actor of USSR. Kiselyov died in 1997.

 And we are going on our excursion. The small green street, we are in now, is named after a famous revolutionary Anatoliy Vaneyev who was Lenin’s compare in arms. His family lived in our town, Vaneyev studied here in 1880-1882.
The former name of Vaneyeva str. is Kommunar str. There are different houses in this street: there you can see either the houses built in our days or the old houses which give you a real pleasure to look at. In the streets of our town there are many houses decorated with beautiful wooden lace.

 House №12 is connected with the name of Boris Kornilov, there is a memorial plank on the wall of the house. The family of the poet lived here in 1922-1923. Until 1922 the Kornilovs had been living in Dyakovo (a small village not far from Semyonov), then they left for Vaneyeva str. and had been living here for half a year, then they moved to Krestyanskaya str. (now Kornilov str.). This house is very old, it is about 100.  Merchant Sergeyev who sold spoons was its owner.
Well, now let’s pay our attention to the house № 10. It is the oldest house in the street. It was built by Peter Sharyghin. The house is about 150 years old and its architecture is typical for the middle of the XIX century: it is wooden, has 5 windows and has the form of a stretched rectangle. His owner was an old-believer and we can see rather a simple, but very solid house that looks like a monument to the provincial culture.

muzey.gif (29817 bytes) About 100 years ago Peter Sharygin`s son, Pyotr Petrovich, who was a merchant, built a nice 2-stored red brick house in Slastyoninskaya str. Pyotr Petrovich bought spoons. He had some workshops where the workers painted the spoons. When spring came Pyotr Sharygin himself brought the spoons to Nizhegorodskaya Yarmarka, sold them for a much more expensive price, than he paid his workers for their work, and that is how he earned a lot of money for himself and for his family. He was very greedy. Going to the Yarmarka he always walked all the way on foot to put more product on the cart. He was eager to have a large family, that is why he had built such a big house. But he was punished by the cruel fate: his babies died. Only his daughter Anna survived. There is an old building near the house. It was the Sharygins` store-room. It was built in 1902. People say once a lot lf gold was stolen from that store-room. But panic did not seize Pyotr Petrovich. He did not even go to police. We can not say what was the reason his having behaved like this. Either he was very rich or being a real old-believer he did not wear his heart out of his sleeve. When the revolution came he was still alive and was got out of his house by the authorities. But he was allowed to look after the house. He died in 1920 when he was 75 years old: he wanted to clean the roof of his house from the snow, but fell down and died.

After the revolution that house was occupied by different organizations: a boarding house for orphans, a military house, a policlinics, the region committee of Comsomol, etc. In 1920-s there was the Communists` Club where Boris Kornilov worked after having finished the school. There were some pioneer groups under his leadership. Young people acted in different role-plays, Boris Kornilov himself brought out a Comsomol newspaper for the youth. It is here where Boris Kornilov began to create his first poems. They were published in the satirical magazine «Lozhkoi Po Lbu» and in the newspaper «Komsa». Boris Kornilov was noticed by a man of letters Pavel Shtatnov who wrote articles for the newspaper «Molodaya Rat» (now «Leninskaya Smena»), and Shtatnov helped Kornilov to become a serious poet.

In the beginning of Vaneyeva str. there are two buildings built in the second part of the XIX century. In the 1-stored house there was the church school for poor boys that gave a 3-form education. The resources for the constructing of the school were given by the Government of the town. Near this house there was a school for girls, after graduating from the school they could enter to a gymnasia for women. There was also the Committee of the school with Nickolay Florinskiy as the headmaster.

Sobpl.jpg (18586 bytes) Former Sobornaya square, 1914. 

 And we are going on our excursion. We are in V.I.Lenin square (former Sobornaya square). It is the centre of our town. Earlier there was the boundary of Semyonov, next to the boundary there were deep forests. Before Semyonov became a town a small village on the river Sanakhta had appeared there on the verge of 17-18 centuries. The houses were built near the very river, and the first street got the name Sanakhtinskaya (now Volodarskogo str.).

 In 1717 the first church was built near Bazarnaya square, the church was located behind the shop, which is called «Utro». Behind the church up to the mini-market there was a cemetery. That church had been standing there for nearly 60 years. But in 1779 a fire happened and the church was burnt. But soon it was reconstructed. Three years later, when the square became wider, the location of the church was changed. It was replaced out of the town, and was located a bit behind the church that we can see now in Gagarina str. (former Semyonovskaya). In 1779 by the decree of Ekaterina II the village of Semyonov was named a town, and from that moment it was being constructed strictly according to the plan that had been worked out by the architect Fyodor Guinneh. In that plan we can see the classical French principals of construction: strait, wide, ray-like streets that run to the square. The town is planned as a rectangle, which is broken out by numerous crossing streets into 16 smaller quadrates crossed by two diagonal streets. At the place of their cross the central square, we are in now, is located. From this square 6 streets stretch. And at the corners of the rectangle there are 4 more squares. One of them, Boris Kornilov square, we have been to. The main quantity of the buildings in Semyonov was constructed from the beginning to the middle of 1840-s. The first general plan of Semyonov is now the base for the planning of the town not only in the centre, but also in the new districts and on the outskirts either. Semyonov is now registered as a monument of architecture, and is on the list of the historical places of Russia. The central building of Sobornaya square was Voznesenskiy Cathedral, that does not exist now. There is the local House of Culture at the place of its former location. The Cathedral was built in 1819 and was over 100 years old. In the old photos we can see that it was really beautiful and rich. The bricks for the construction of the Cathedral were brought from different places of the country, and then a pit was dug near the place of construction. There clay was found. The bricks were made from that clay. Later this pit began to fill in with water. And a small pond appeared. It was named the Soborniy pond that we can now see behind the House of Culture.

Fontan.jpg (10699 bytes) The Soborniy pond, 1998. 

 Voznesenskiy собор was sacred in 1821 and was visited by the huge quantity of the inhabitants of the town and the nearly located villages (from Diakovo, Zhuzhelka, Khvostikovo, Deyanovo, Sodomovo, etc.). To that Cathedral Rozhdestvenskaya Church (that was built in 1819) and Vsekh Svyatskaya Church (that was built in 1853 and exists now) were ascribed. Всех святская церковь Now we do not know the names of the first priests, but later they were: Bogomolskiy, Rozhdestvenskiy, Milotvorskiuy, Pavel Lebedev, who lived near the Cathedral (there the company of telephone communications «Volgatelecom» and the telegraph are now).
The Chapel made from the red brick was of the same age with the Cathedral, it was located to the left of it. It was intended to collect the contributions. Every evening a man came to the Chapel unlocked the door and took out the contributions that had been given for the day.
 Now we practically can not see the old buildings on Sobornaya square, but there were a lot of: state houses, the houses of the rich, trade rows. In the second part of
ХIХ century the head of the town was G. Rekshinskiy. The houses were mostly made of brick and the trade rows were built on both sides of the square. Instead of the shops «Utro» and №15 there were the shops owned by Krayushkin Nestor Vasilyevich, Savinov Efim Pavlovich, Sokolovskiy, etc. Instead of the hotel, the tax service and the passport-visa service there was a 2-stored brick building. On the first floor there were trade rows, on the second floor there was the Government of the town where «the Fathers of the town» were. G. Rekshinskiy did much good for the town. Brick houses were built, the square was paved with cobble-stone and the first ten street lamps were lighted up. The large clock was placed to  Voznesenskiy Cathedral. By the decree of Rekshinskiy the first fire service was created on the territory of the square in 1874. There always was a man on duty who was to look over the town from the tower if there were a fire anywhere.

There is the main street in our town. It was called Pokrovka. Now its name is Lenina str. Earlier it also had got other names: Bazarnaya str., 25 Anniversary of VLKSM and etc. There were mostly solid stone and brick sometimes 2-stored houses in that street. There were shops, cobble-stone paved roadway in Pokrovka.

Pokrovka.jpg (23817 bytes)The main street of Semyonov, 1900.

 Many buildings of the last century still exist now. The headmaster of the Police owned the house in the beginning of Bazarnaya str (there is the shop of dairy products here now). There was the Police Government in the 1-stored annex.
Opposite this house there is a 2-stored building made of brick (there is a drug-store now). It belonged to Kulnev, a merchant. Earlier there was a billiard room, then a library. In December 1917 there was an initiative group of the organization of the Soviet Authority and a Revolution Committee.
 Nevertheless Pokrovka is rather a short street it has always been the main street of the town. Practically all the houses belonged to merchants. Here is for example the 2-stored house made of red brick. It belonged to Ivan Alexandrovich Khanykin, a merchant. There are two letters on the wall of the house «
Х» and «И», they are the initials of the owner.

voenkom.jpg (13459 bytes) Ivan Khanygin`s house, 1920. 

 Khanygin sold cloths. He went to Nizhniy Novgorod for the ware himself.  He with his family lived on the 2nd floor. There is the Military Commissariat now.   Down the street there are the hoses of Ostroumov Alexander Ivanovich (shops «Pokrovka» and «Kristall» now), and of Ostroumov Ivan Alexandrovich (shop «Gastronom»). Ivan Alexandrovich and his brother Mikhail Alexandrovich also had got two houses in Sergiyevskaya str. (Kirova str.). The houses were pulled down, there is the company of telephone communications «Volgatelecom».


semtelef.GIF (26453 bytes)The construction of the office of «Volgatelecom».

 Mikhail Alexandrovich Ostroumov and his wife Ekaterina Lukoyanovna had become parents! Their daughter was born on the 5 of July in1884. They called her Taisia. The girl became a teacher, got married with another teacher Pyotr Tarasovich Kornilov. In July 1907 she gave birth to a baby-boy. He got the name Boris. Boris Petrovich Kornilov, a famous Russian poet, who has glorified his small motherland Semyonov in his lyrical poems.

Other buildings in Pokrovka either belonged to the merchants: Kiselyov, Smirnov, Vitushkin, Ivanov, Startsev, Morozov, Shlyapnikov, Zuyev, Khilov. Now let’s cross the square. So, we are in Lenin str. This part of the street is shorter than the previous one. There are very nice old buildings in the end of it. To the right of the road at the corner we can see a 2- stored house made of red brick. It belonged to Vitushkin. If we look at it attentively we shall notice that the house has very much alike with Sharygyn`s house (the museum) and the house of the Licey. These houses were built by the same masters. To the left of the road there is the old-believe Church. People also call it Nosovskaya, and its official name is Nickolskaya.

Nosov.GIF (54937 bytes) Aphanasiy Pavlovich Nosov.

Aphanasiy Pavlovich Nosov in 1874 had a 2-stored brick house that costDomnosov.jpg (17552 bytes) 1000 roubles and his capital consisted of 15.000 roubles. He was a businessman like his father. He bought spoons and was a merchant. The workshops were situated in 4 rooms of their house. 14 workers worked there. There was a store-room in two rooms of the house. And there was a shop in one room. In 1890-1895 Nosov had got three shops in Nizheorodskaya Yarmarka. They were situated on the seven hills - Sankt-Peterburgskaya str. (Strelka). When the Soviet Authority came the Nosovs` houses were requisitioned.Muncent.GIF (27775 bytes)

The building of the Municipality Centre after the restoration, 1995.

After that there was a Military Committee, an Executive Committee, a hospital, and there is the Municipal Centre now. Now either the house with the grounds or the church are considered to be the monuments of Architecture and are guarded by the State. Semyonov and the villages of Semyonov district have always been the centre of the old-believe Christianity. Before the Revolution came the old-believers had been 1/3 of the entire inhabitants of Semyonov district. Aphanasiy Pavlovich Nosov was a person of great respect among the old-believers. In 1896 a pray house was open with his help. It was located in the house of petty-bourgeois Agaphia Mikhailovna Rybina. In 1897 Rybina got the right to built a brick house behind her 2-stored wooden one. In 1905 after the freedom of religion had been given to people the old-believers of Semyonov district began to construct their church under the leadership and with financial support of Nosov. Nosov`s son Ferapont was to go to the villages to collect the signatures for the construction of the church. Soon the church made of red brick became the real decoration of one of the crossroads (the corners of Pokrovka and Volodarskogo str.). красавица церковь
 Aphanasiy Nosov was not able to finish the construction of the church, he died on the 5th of April in 1912. The corpse was buried in the vault made in one of the walls of the church. After her husband had died Nosov`s second wife Anastasia Konstantinovna by name left all the property she inherited and became a nun of Sharpanskiy cloister (according to the rules she changed her name and became Alevtina). She took only cupboards with her. Why? May be as the recollection of her adoring husband and all the time she had lived with him. And before her departure Nosova had given the Government 3000 roubles to construct the water pipe in the town. Anastasia Konstantinovna died because of a strange disease of her right arm. She did not consult a doctor: that was a sin. She was buried at Sharpanskoye cemetery. Ten ears later after the revolution the old-believers were prohibited to ring the bells of their church (they were told that the bells disturbs the workers of the telegraph). In 1932 the priest of the church Alexaner Belskiy by name died. But the church continued to work; Father Ioann became the new priest of the church. In 1938 he was arrested by the Public Committee of Inner Affairs (
НКВД) and the church was closed. In the beginning of the 40-s the Artillerists` Courses (АКУКС) came to the town, and the store-room of drawing paper was located in the church. Once the people were told that the body of Aphanasiy Nosov is going to be thrown out of the church. Yakov Semyonovich Kaplin and Oganya Pronina (the inhabitants of the town) went to look at that.       The ashes as people say were buried at the old-believers` cemetery that was situated in the territory of contemporary Shkolnaya str.  The burial vault still exists now on the territory of Nickolskaya Church it is covered with planks. In the end of the 80-s the old-believers began to ask the authorities to give them the church back. In 1989 they got the keys. People still remember Aphanasiy Nosov. In the church they pray for Aphanasiy and Alevtina. Nosov bought a nearby 1-stored house for the priest of Nikolskaya Church that had belonged to Vasiliy Maximovich Semenkov and his son Fyodor who drew icons.Комаровский скит. There are a lot of legends about the Nosovs. One of them is that there was an underground way that connected the Nosovs` house and Nickolskaya church, people say that before the revolution Nosov had concealed the treasures in that way. Of cause it is practically impossible now to guess this mystery. May be the main treasure of the Nosovs was the way they lived their lives, their moral quantities. The works of Ioann Zlatoust (IV century before Christmas) were very popular with the old-believers. He said that labor and economics are the ways to fight against poverty and as a way of salvation of the soul. Zlatoust and all the old-believers condemned public spectacles, sparing of the time, gluttony, shaving, hard drinking, smoking, adultery.  The main trait of the character of an old-believer was the responsibility for his deeds and for the deeds of his ancestors. But sometimes the exceptions took place. Aphanasiy Nosov`s son Nikifor (the son of his first wife) ruined himself by drink and was deprived of the inheritance and was expulsed from the merchants together with his family in 1912. It must have been because of their responsibility that the greatest merchants were old-believers: Savva Morozov, Mamontov, Ryabushinskiy, Bugrov, Sirotkin, Sharygin, and Nosov.

Площадь Октябрьской революции /Н.Базарная/

 The monument to the three communists was constructed to the 200 Anniversary of Semyonov in 1979.

...1919. The Soviet Authority makes its first steps. The dense Kerzhenets forests cover the white guards. The Local Party Organization does much to defeat the gang. Communists Ivan Kozlov, Anatoliy Delfontsev, Nikandr Zavyalov go to the forests as scouts. But die caught by the cruel enemy. And today the three Communists made of metal are the symbol of the fight for the Soviet Authority in the district. The talented sculptors Anatoliy Bichukov and Ivan Arefyev are the authors of the monument.
The brick trade rows are the witnesses of the life of the town before the Revolution. They were built in the end of the XIXth century and in the beginning of the
ХХth century. The road to them was paved with cobble-stone. Instead of the contemporary minimarket there was the public building where different goods were sold. The only shop in Semyonov where icons were sold was there either. It belonged to Vasiliy Maximovich Semenkov and his son Fyodor Vasilyevich. After the Revolution Fyodor Vasilyevich worked in the iron-hardware shop that belonged to the corporation and was located on the corner of Nizhnyaya Bazarnaya squ. and Nizhnyaya Bazarnaya (Lenina) str. In the building where the baker’s shop is Savinov`s shops and store-houses were situated. Savinov himself lived in Novoslobodskaya (Telmana) str. house 9. On the left side of the square we can see the building of the Committee of Protection of the Nature. That building has its own history. Before the Revolution there were trade rows. Nikolay Mikhailovich Khekhnyov had got a shop there. He sold meat and sausages. After the Revolution there were a hardware shop and a baker’s, inside the yard there were shops were meat was sold. A citizen of Semyonov Dumina Maria Mikhailovna baked bunnies herself and sold them on Nizhnyaya Bazarnaya square. In 1932 the building began to belong to the school of artistic cultivation of wood that played a huge role in the development of artistic trades of Semyonovskiy region. In the 30-s the school became a centre of preparing the basic personnel for industrial cooperation. The skilled workmen of Khokhloma painting, turners, joiners, engravers, etc. graduated from that school. Besides workshops and studious there was a subsidiary farm with pigs, cows, horses, etc. In 1936-40 about 100 pupils graduated from the school every year. During the War there were artillerists` courses in the building of the professional school. In 1970-s 200 peoples graduated from the school every year. There were 6 classrooms, workshops, a gymnasium, a library and a hostel for 260 persons. The goods the school made up were noticed at the international exhibitions in Moscow and Brussels. In 1985 the new building of the professional school was open in Chernyshevskogo str. Today the school is called the Art Licey №30. In 1934 a museum was organized in the school. The headmaster of the museum was G.P.Matveyev. There were 1500 exhibits.                              In 1937 the museum was given its own building that had belonged to Zherdinskiy (a judge). On the 1st of January in 1935 it was opened officially. The museum was open only on Saturday and Sunday. On weekdays the students of the professional school studied there In 1976 the museum became a filial of Gorky Museum of History and Architecture, and it became famous all over our country and abroad. Since 1991 the priceless exhibits of the museum are laid out in the building of the Museum of History And Art in Vaneyeva str.историко-художественный музей

Nplgu.jpg (22933 bytes)Nizhnyaya squ., the beginning of XX c.

 Before the Revolution Nizhnyaya Bazarnaya squ. was very popular. Besides dairy products, fish and meat there was the place called «the women market». In May and June there were the rows of young women and girls being sold by their husbands and fathers for a season. The poor burdened with their large families had to sell their wives and children not to die from hunger, because they were not able to earn for their large families` living. One of the streets crossing Oktyabrskoy Revolyutsii squ. is Telmana str. (former Novoslobodskaya). To the right there was the house that belonged to Antonova Maria Mikhailovna. After the War her two sister s Klavdiya Mikhailovna Kononova and Taisia Mikhailovna Kornilova (the mother of Boris Kornilov) lived with her. In 1948 Taisia Mikhailovna was given a land to build a house in Uchitelskaya str., and in 1951 she moved there with her sister.

Now we are in 1 Maya str. Before the Revolution rich people lived in this street. To the right instead of the modern buildings there was a large wooden house that belonged to Zayevskiy Vasiliy Ivanovich. He was a shoemaker. When the water pipe was being constructed a concrete plate with an inscription was found there. To the left (the corner of telmana str. and 1 Maya str.) there was the Menyaltsevs` house. In the end of the street there was a mill. In the end of the XIX century it belonged to Koryov Spiridon Petrovich. He was a member of the town Government. During the War Chumakov (a citizen of the town) was a miller. The building of the Commercial Bank that is situated near the mill was built in 1991.

Sberbank.GIF (22822 bytes) Sberbank.

On the left side of the street there is the Sberbank. It was opened on the 27th of March in 1992. Telmana str. (former Novoslobodskaya) faces the square that was called Schepnaya. There was a market at that square.
There is a Calculating Centre built in 1989.Opposite the square there is a silent green street called Lunacharskogo (former Nickolskaya str.). In the end of the street there is the building that belonged to Arefyev, a merchant. There
was a stable near the house. After the Revolution a cinema was situated there. There the inhabitants of Semyonov saw a colored film for the first time.

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