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During the implementation of the capital renovation program for the housing stock in the capital, 71 houses where heroes of the Great Patriotic War lived were renovated, the Moscow municipal services complex said.

House on Yakornaya Street

In house 8, building 1 on Yakornaya Street lived Nikolai Svishchev, a participant in the Great Patriotic War, a full holder of the Order of Glory.

The nine-story house was built in 1966 according to a standard series project. It is strict and geometric, has loggias with niches.

As part of the overhaul, comprehensive work was carried out to restore the facade, roof and utility systems. Specialists washed the open surfaces of the building’s exterior, treated them with an antifungal compound and sealed the seams. The facade of the house was painted. The screens and ebbs on the balconies were replaced, the geometry of the panels was aligned and the flooring was restored. Modern windows were installed in common areas, and the entrance areas were also tidied up. At the final stage, a new asphalt concrete pavement was installed, and the ceramic tiles of the basement and slopes were repaired.

House on Green Avenue

From 1985 to 2014, Hero of the Soviet Union Colonel Grigory Dobrunov lived in house 83, building 4 on Zeleny Prospekt. He took part in battles on the Voronezh, Southwestern and 1st Ukrainian fronts, in particular in the Battles of Stalingrad and Kursk, the Battle of the Dnieper, the liberation of Kyiv, the Vistula-Oder and Berlin operations.

The 19-storey building on Zeleny Prospekt was built in 1984 according to a standard series project. The building has a complex shape. The main facade is highlighted by loggias, which are located along its entire surface in several rows.

As part of the overhaul, specialists cleaned up the façade and entrances.

House on Kuusinen Street

This year, as part of the capital repair program, building 6, building 13 on Kuusinen Street will be restored. Here from 1969 to 2006 lived Hero of the Soviet Union, artilleryman, division commander of the 32nd artillery regiment of the 31st Stalingrad Red Banner Order of Suvorov and Bogdan Khmelnitsky, rifle division of the 52nd Army of the 2nd Ukrainian Front, Gennady Gorokhov. His neighbor was a veteran of the Great Patriotic War, Colonel tankman Ivan Prikhodko. He took part in battles on the South-Western, 3rd Ukrainian and 2nd Baltic fronts as a commander of a tank company, and then led a battery of self-propelled artillery units. On June 24, 1945, Ivan Prikhodko took part in the Victory Parade.

The nine-story building on Kuusinen Street was built in 1968 according to a standard series design. It is made in a sophisticated style, which was common in the architecture of the second half of the 20th century. On the facades there are vertical groups of balconies and loggias.

As part of the overhaul, specialists will wash the exterior surfaces of the building from accumulated dirt and repair the brickwork and weathered seams. Then the brick façade will be waterproofed to protect it from precipitation, and the central heating system will be replaced. Finally, the balconies will be put in order, the basement covering, ebbs and entrances will be updated.

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