The building now accommodates: shops and public catering facilities
Address: Khabarovsk Territory, Khabarovsk, 17 Muravyova-Amurskogo Street
Date of construction: 1909
Khabarovsk Territory Executive Committee decision No. 171 dd. 18.07.1991, Presidential Decree No. 176 dd. 20.02.1995
The project of Khabarovsk city hall under the slogan "Izhitsa with two circles" of a civil engineer P.V. Bartoshevich took the 2nd place in the competition held in Saint Petersburg on 24 April 1907. The employer on the project was the City Board, and following its mandate the project was finalized by an engineer B.A. Malinovsky, who added a basement and refined facades made on Bartoshevitch’s sketches. The city hall was opened on 26 November 1909. The first floor was reserved for shops, a warehouse was placed in the basement, the second and third floors housed the premises of the City Board. In Soviet times, the house was known as the Palace of Pioneers. Then municipal educational institution "Little Prince" became its legal successor. The facades were renovated in 1998, and in 2013, the restoration of the interiors was completed.
The most expressive building in Khabarovsk in its architectural and artistic image it has facades in the Russian style and interiors decorated in the spirit of Classicism with Modern elements. It is associated with the name of the Soviet statesman M.I. Kalinin and polar explorer F. Nansen.