While walking around the area surrounding the Ukrainian parliament we came upon a building known as Gorodetsky House. It was built around 1900 by the architect Vladislav Gorodetsky and is covered by an architectural feature called a Chimera which is a figure that is mythical or grotesque like a gargoyle. Along with being called the "Gorodetsky House" it is also often called The House With Chimaeras. It was originally used as an upscale apartment building [across the road is the Ukrainian president's offices, by the way] but during Soviet times it was a clinic.
Here are several examples of the Chimeras that cover the building. My favorite is the this group of grumpy frogs that line the roof of one side of the building.