Tatarskaya street is between Lenin avenue and the embankment of the river Tom. For centuries the Tatars settled in this place, which was then called the Tatar quarter. 

You can see several restored wooden houses with carved window surrounds between Bazaar lane and Trifonov street. They date back to the 19 century. The center of Tatar culture and a mosque is also on Tatarskaya street.

The most beautiful house is on 46, Tatarskaya St. The house built in 1902 belonged to a Tatar А. Moskov, who was engaged in the sale of horses. With symmetric rows of windows and wood-carved roof decor it has a typical appearance for the most wooden houses of Tomsk.