I. I. and N. I. Boldyrev's Tenement House/FSB Central Border Guard Museum

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This Art Nouveau tenement building was built by architect Nikolay Yevlanov for the wealthy Boldyrev family in 1908. This architect's name is not widely known, but he had actually built a lot of tenement houses in Moscow. Boldyrev's house traces the curving line of the Yauzsky Bulvar (Yauzsky Boulevard) and is notable for the tiled panels with floral ornaments that can be seen from the height of the boulevard itself. In Soviet times, the house was nationalized and partitioned into apartments. Today, the building houses the FSB Central Border Guard Museum.