Renovation finished at 1st floor of Perlov Tea House in Moscow

A view of the renovated facade of the Tea & Coffee shop in Myasnitskaya Street. The building, a cultural heritage site, was constructed as a residential house and a store in 1890-1893 by architect Roman Klein for Perlov & Sons tea company founder Sergei Perlov.

A view of the renovated facade of the Tea & Coffee shop in Myasnitskaya Street. The building, a cultural heritage site, was constructed as a residential house and a store in 1890-1893 by architect Roman Klein for Perlov & Sons tea company founder Sergei Perlov.

Maxim Blinov / RIA Novosti
A view of the renovated facade of the Tea & Coffee shop in Myasnitskaya Street

A view of the renovated facade of the Tea & Coffee shop in Myasnitskaya Street. The building, a cultural heritage site, was constructed as a residential house and a store in 1890-1893 by architect Roman Klein for Perlov & Sons tea company founder Sergei Perlov.

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