Count Wharf

Count Wharf

It was built in 1783. Its name is due to Count Muy I. Voinovich, commander of the Sevastopol Squadron in 1786—1790 years and the Black Sea Fleet in 1789—1790, who docked here, coming from his farm on the North side. The official name — Catherine’s Wharf — was virtually never used. In 1846, under the project of J. Upton, a new quay was built on the same place. The wharf was severely damaged in the years of the Crimean and the Great Patriotic wars.
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