This bird's eye view of the old city is from
the tourist map published by the Main Directorate of Geodesy and Cartography of
the Council of Ministers of the USSR in Moscow in 1984. The numbers refer to
the following architectural monuments.
1. The new bridge (1874)
2. Goncharnaya tower (1583) called Riznytska on all other diagrams.
3. St Nicholas Church (14th century) and its bell tower (19th century)
4. Russian city offices (16th-18th centuries)
5. Building of the former seminary (18th-19th centuries)
6. Fortified tower and bell tower of the Armenian St Nicholas Cathedral (16th
7. Housing. (16th century)
8. Armenian merchant house (17th century)
9. Arches and portal of the Armenian St Nicholas Cathedral (16th-18th
10-11. Building complex of the Dominican monastery (14th - 18th centuries).
12. Building of the district court (1856).
13. City hall (rathus) with bell tower (16th-18th centuries).
14. Building of the former religious consistory (18th-19th centuries).
15. Church of St Peter and Paul 16th century, with bell tower (1834). Not to be
confused with the much larger Cathedral of St Peter and Paul.
16. Complex containing the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul, (15th century), bell
tower (16th-18th centuries), Triumphal arch (1781), and Turkish minaret (17th
17. Fortress barracks (1760).
18. Kushnirskaya tower (1565), and Vetryanii gate (16th century).
19. Complex consisting of the Franciscian monastery, (16th-19th centuries)
20. Building of the first Russian school (19th century).
21. Complex consisting of the Dominican convent (1720). St Michael chapel.
22. Trinitarian Unitarian Church
23. Russian gate (15th-16th centuries).
24. Polish gate (15th-16th centuries).
25. Fortress (12th-18th centuries)
26. Church of the Exhaltation of the Cross (1799).