Place: St Isaac’s Square
Construction time: The beginning of the XIX century, dismantled and rebuilt again with preservation of external appearance in 1987-1991.
Name: In imperial St. Petersburg were usually called the hotels by the names of foreign countries and cities. “Angleterre” means “England” in French.
Here ended his days Sergei Yesenin. According to the official version, it was a suicide, according to unofficial – chekists helped him hang himself. It is in the room of this hotel by blood were written this poem:
My dear, you are in my heart.
Promises a future meeting.
Goodbye, my friend, without handshake and words,
Do not grieve and sadden your brow,-
In this life there’s nothing new in dying,
But nor, of course, is living any newer.