The Theatre of Opera and Ballet was built in Odessa in 1887. Designed by renowned Austrian architects of the time Ferdinand Fellner and Herman Helmer it quickly joined the line of key landmarks of the city.
The Duma Square is located at the crossing of Pushkinskaya and Lanzheronovskaya streets, in the very heart of Odessa.
The first monument ever raised in Odessa is dedicated to Armand-Emmanuel de Vignerot du Plessis, 5th Duke of Richelieu and Fronsac, and it was unveiled in 1828.
Potemkin Steps or else Potemkin Stairs is a gorgeous landmark sight of Odessa and a monument of architecture of the second half of the XIX century.
The museum was founded in 1825 as a city museum of antiques.
In 1803 Felix de Ribas, the son of Jose de Ribas – the prominent founder of Odessa, has sat out an exclusive garden on his property right in the centre of the city.
The shopping arcade and the hotel – the Passage is a monument of history and architecture of the late XIX.