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Otdel populiarizatsii ob"ektov kul'turnogo naslediiai i khraneniia dokumentirovannoi informatsii (vedomstvennyi arkhiv) Komiteta po gosudarstvennomu kontroliu, ispol'zovaniiu i okhrane pamiatnikov istorii i kul'tury Sankt-Peterburga (Arkhiv KGIOP)[Division of Promoting of Objects of a Cultural Heritage and Storage of Documentary Information (Agency Archive) of the Committee for State Control, Use, and Preservation of Monuments of History and Culture of St. Petersburg]
Agency: Administratsiia Sankt-Peterburga
[Administration of St. Petersburg]
Address: 191023, St. Petersburg, pl. Lomonosova, 1
Telephone: +7 812 710-44-76
Fax: +7 812 710-42-45
Opening hours: TuTh 9:00–13:00
Transport: metro: Gostinyi Dvor, Nevskii prospekt
Chairman of the Committee: Sergei Vladimirovich Makarov (tel. +7 812 576-31-61)
Head of the Division: Iuliia Iur'evna Bakhareva (tel. +7 812 710-44-76)
About Arkhiv KGIOP
Established in 1944, the Administration of the State Inspectorate for the Preservation of Monuments is a successor to the first state agency for preservation of monuments—the Department on Museums and Preservation of Monuments of the People’s Commissariat of Education of the Union of Communes of the Northern Oblast, which was established in Petrograd in March 1918.
The archive houses records regarding the creation, reconstruction, restoration, and technical conditions of historical and cultural monuments of St. Petersburg and its environs, from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries. There are historico-scientific materials, drawings, photographs, and design cost-estimates.
The archive has a number of personal fonds of historians, architects, and art critics who studied the history of St. Petersburg culture.
The fond of photographs contains negatives and positives of facades and interiors of architectural monuments of the city and oblast, as well as those of Novgorod, Pskov, and other Russian cities.