Address: Kafedralnaya str., 20 (formerly Krasnoarmeyskaya str.)
Date of construction: allegedly I third of the twentieth century
Here is one of the rare representatives of the Neo-Gothic architectural style in Izmail.
The facade is richly decorated with decorative elements. We can see shaped windows, as well as an arch above the now walled up central entrance to the mansion, numerous columns, ornate window frames, a fancy curtain rod that stretches along the entire facade.
In the Romanian period (1918-1940 and 1941-1944) the territorial unit of the Agrarian Chamber of the Kingdom of Romania was located here.
After the liberation of our region the property complex was transferred to the logistic support service of the Danube Flotilla – the 116th River Ship Brigade.
Later the departmental kindergarten “Chaika” of the Danube Flotilla for the children of sailors housed here.
When there wasn’t one naval unit remained in Izmail the kindergarten was transferred to the border guards and in 90s it became the only preschool institution in the entire Border Guard Service of Ukraine.
In 2001 the Izmail shelter for children began its work in this empty building of former kindergarten. It was renamed the Izmail City Center for Social and Psychological Rehabilitation of Children in 2013.
In 2017 the Izmail City Council get this building into communal property as military camp No. 60. Today the Izmail City Center for the Social and Psychological Rehabilitation of Children operates here, a public institution that takes care of minors in difficult situations.