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Kharkiv Hotel

The Kharkiv Hotel (previously named ‘International’) is situated on a rectangular part of the square. It was designed by H. Yanovitsky and built in 1932–1936. In the 1950s, the building was reconstructed by the same architect in respect of the dominating style of that time — the Stalin’s Neoclassic­ism.

In 1976 a new 16-storey building was attached to the hotel at the corner of Trynklera Street and Pravdy Avenue. Next to the Kharkiv Hotel is a building designed by H. Verman, E. Belman and D. Morozov. It was constructed in 1956. Now it houses a variety of institutions, organisations shops. The facade of the building is also styled in the forms of Neoclassicism.