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|11 University Street|
| - religious|
| - monument|
| - theatre|
| - church|
| - clock|
| - classical|
| - masonry|
| - steel|
| - brick|
| ||Heights|| ||Value||Source / Comments|| |
|Former height||294 ft|
• Architects: E. A. Vasilyev (1821-1837) and A. A. Ton (1837-1844).
• In 1862 four clocks with bells were mounted (diameter 3.6m) on 5th floor of the belfry.
• The construction consists of 3.5 millions bricks and 64 t of iron.
• The base walls are 4 meters thick.
• Belfry took its name from the Russian Emperor Alexander I (1801–1825).
• Also used as the hall of the pipe organ.
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