House of the Weeping Widow in Kyiv

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The house of the “weeping widow” (sometimes called “Arshavsky House”) is a building in , an architectural monument of local importance, situated at Liuteranska Street, 23 (the corner with Bankova Street).

The building was constructed in the style of early modernism by the architect Eduard-Ferdinand Bradtman at the expense of the merchant Sergei Arshavsky in the summer of 1908. Photos by: .

Arshavsky House is crowned with a decoration in the form of a woman’s head. During the rain drops of water flow down under the woman’s eyes and it looks as if “she” is crying.

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