Embassy of Indonesia in Moscow

Indonesian Embassy in Moscow

The Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Moscow is the diplomatic mission of Indonesia in the Russian Federation. It is located at 12 Novokuznetskaya Street (Russian: Новокузнецкая ул., 12) in the Zamoskvorechye District of Moscow.[1]

The Embassy occupies two former private residences built on adjacent lots in the beginning of the 20th century. The first, Protopopov-Tatischev House, was built in 1900s to the design of Vladimir Sherwood (Jr.). In 1911-1913 it was expanded by Gustav Helrich, who also designed and built the service buildings located deep inside the Embassy territory. The second residence, Urusova House, was built in 1912 to the design of Ivan Rerberg. All these buildings are officially recognized listed memorials.[2]

See also


  1. "About the Embassy". Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Moscow. Archived from the original on 2008-06-16. Retrieved 2008-06-25.
  2. (Russian) Register of listed memorial buildings. Heritage commission of the City of Moscow.

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Coordinates: 55°44′17″N 37°37′49″E / 55.73806°N 37.63028°E / 55.73806; 37.63028

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