In the very center of Moscow, not far from Arbat Street, there is an interesting building - House of Mosselprom, a monument to the soviet constructivism and avant-garde. Architect N. Strukov. Built in 1923-1925, the house was used as a warehouse and an office for "Mosselprom" - Moscow Soviet of National Economy (MSNE), which included flour mills, confectionary and chocolate factories, brewhouses and tobacco processing plants. Now you can see the signs on the building: "Mosselprom", "MSNE", "yeast", "cigarettes", "beer and water" and the famous slogan by the Soviet poet V. Mayakovsky "Nowhere but in Mosselprom!". Since 1937 the building has been a dwelling house.
Address: at the corner of Kalashnikov, Nijny Kislovsky and Maliy Kislovsky Lanes.
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