Cossack Bulanov Mill

A remarkably preserved brick mill, owned by the Cossack Nikolai Bulanov, is among the few samples of industrial architecture of the early XX century in southern Russia. It has not been possible to determine the date of its construction more precisely, the city documents show both 1905 and 1912. The building was reconstructed several times, that is how in 1925 a single-storey extension that houses a steam engine appeared on the territory of the complex.