The House of Zinaida Ushkova is a building in Kazan, in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia. It is a great sight in the downtown area and a protest of Russian legacy. In 1919 it turned into a focal working of the National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan and is presently open to guests and voyagers. Alexey Ushkov, child of the K.K. Ushkov - proprietor of synthetic plants and grandson of tea tycoon A.S. Gubkin wedded Zinaida Vysockaya - little girl of Nikolay Vysockiy - educator of medical procedure, amid his understudy times in Kazan State University.
As a wedding present for his better half, Alexey requested arrangement remaking of the house in Kazan at Voskresenskaya road in Kazan and house in Moscow to auxiliary engineer Karl Mufke. There is no precise information about who chipped away at remaking of the house in Moscow. Recreation of Kazan structures Karl Mufke leaded himself. The two structures performed in blended style with power of rococo and Empire styles.
House of Ushkova had been reconstructed during 1904-1908 from three structures situated at Voskresenskaya road. Modeler was so drawn in into his work that occasionally may forgout about his security. Daily papers of that time compose that once he tumbled down from falseworks and broke two of his ribs however got up and proceeded with his work. Fundamental piece of the premises was demised for living and trade. For instance all ground floor was demised for the shops.