The Inauguration will take place in a picturesque historical Glukhovsky mansion.
The mansion was built in the classical style in 1810. It is a two-story brick building with a mezzanine.
The mansion preserve its original features to this day. Despite frequent changes of owners and some alterations, the exterior of the mansion has remained unchanged.
Some fragments of the interiors remain till this days as well as in the rooms of the dress circle there is a part of the decoration of the XIX century. The mansion of A. I. Glukhovsky is an architectural monument and is protected by the state.
During the XIX century, the mansion changed many owners. Among them was the Neapolitan Consul Radi.
In the 1890s, the land plot and the mansion were acquired by Lieutenant General A. I. Glukhovsky, after whom the mansion got its name. Since 1907, the Board of the Society of the Iron Rolling and Wire Plant has been located here.