This medieval looking palace was once the private apartments of Alexander III and his family. Here you will find the ... More
Gatchinskii Dvorets (Gatchina Palace)
This medieval looking palace was once the private apartments of Alexander III and his family. Here you will find the family's personal telegrams, notes and letters to each other, as well as special items such as menus for a variety of occasions, hunting diaries, watercolors and more. Outside, the beautiful but fairly informal gardens, parks and lakes that surround the palace complete a setting less refined than the other palatial parks of St. Petersburg.
Dvortsovyi Most (Palace Bridge) is a drawbridge that is 250 meters long, 27.7 meters wide and stretches across the Neva
near the Winter Palace. In so doing, it connects the Admiralteiskii area of the city with Vasil'evskii Ostrov. It ...
The brightly lit and bright yellow Cathedral of the Transfiguration was built by decree of empress Elizabeth on the spot
where the Preobrazhenskii (Transfiguration) Regiment's Grenadier Company Palace had been. It was built between 1743 and 1754. In 1825, ...
The last Czar and his family were killed in 1918, and there is no evidence that they ever booked a
room at Eliseev Palace. But, even though the last of the Romanovs never inhabited those rooms, you will feel ...
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