Suvorovsky Boulevard, house number 12 (former building of the State Bank). Pavlovskaya street - the former building of the Pavlovsk hospital. Zubovsky Boulevard, house number 27 (former house of General Zubov). Metrostroyevskaya street, house number 38 (building in 1771 - the house of the former general Eropkin). Kirova Street, house number 19 - Perlov's former store. Herzen Street, the building of the Ministry of Justice (the building is a city manor of the 18th century). Pokrovsky Boulevard - the building of the former Pokrovsky barracks of the 18th century. Suvorovsky Boulevard. The house where N.V. Gogol lived and died from 1848 to 1852. Plyushchikha, house number 11, where Leo Tolstoy lived as a child. Bolshaya Sadovaya street. House of the architect Shekhtel. Osipenko street. The house where the architect M.F. Kazakov lived. Kazakov Street. The building of the Institute of Physical Culture and Sports is the former mansion of Count Razumovsky (city manor of the 18th century).