On Krylova street in the Crimean capital lived the most famous Murza and a cinema worked

100 years ago, life was in full swing on Krylova Street in Aqmescit: the house of a prominent Crimean Tatar nobleman, colonel, deputy of the State Duma Ismail Muftiy-zade was located here. And in 1927, a cinema was built next to it, named after the Turkish revolutionary Mustafa Subhi. Screenings were constantly held here, including the film «Alim», and it was also a stage fot concerts of Crimean Tatar performers. These historic buildings have survived to this day. See how many interesting things the scholar and historian Nariman Abdulvaapov knows about them.