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Persons / Monighetti Ippolito Antonovich architect
Monighetti I.A. (1819-1878), architect

MONIGHETTI Ippolit Antonovich (1819-1878, St. Petersburg), architect, aquarellist, teacher, associate academy member (1847), professor (1858), court architect (1860)


The construction of the Llama Pavilion designed by A. Menelaws was begun, llamas had been brought from South America. In 1860 the Llama Pavilion was rebuilt for the photography studio by I
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


Architect I.A. Monighetti constructed the Turkish Bath pavilion in the commemoration of the Russian victory in the Russo-Turkish war of 1828-1829. 16 October
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


Z.I. Yusupova's villa was constructed in Pavlovsk Road (architect
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


Architect I. Monigetti built the building of the Town Council in Naberezhnaya Street by means of rebuilding the old auxiliary building of the Assignat Paper Factory (its present address is 14 Naberezhnaya Street)
Source: Tsarskoe Selo


17 April. The Evangelical-Lutheran Church of the Resurrection of Christ, designed by A.F. Vidov on the place of the wooden Lutheran church built by V.P. Stasov in 1810, was consecrated. General Ya.V
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

Anichkov Palace

ANICHKOV PALACE (39 Nevsky Prospect), monument of Baroque architecture. Built in 1741-54 (architect M.G. Zemtsov, G.D. Dmitriev, F. Rastrelli) near Anichkov Bridge (hence the name)

Baths (entry)

BATHS. The first baths in St. Petersburg were built near rivers and other reservoirs, separate from residential houses. About 30 so-called commercial baths were constructed by 1720. Construction was paid for by the Treasury

Bellinsgauzen F.F. (1778-1852), navigator

BELLINSGAUZEN Faddey Fadeevich (1778-1852, Kronstadt), navigator, Admiral (1843). In 1797 graduated from the Naval Cadet School (17 Lieutenant Schmidt Embankment; memorial plaque); served in the Baltic Fleet

Catherine Palace (Town of Pushkin)

CATHERINE PALACE (Town of Pushkin), an architectural monument of the Baroque period, compositional centre and dominating architecture of the park and palace ensemble of Tsarskoe Selo

Catherine Park (Pushkin town), ensemble

CATHERINE PARK (Pushkin town), a monument of landscape architecture and the central part of Tsarskoe Selo palace ensemble. Its consists of a total of 107 hectares The park consists of a grassed and a landscape areas, divided by the Great Pond

China-village (Pushkin)

CHINA-VILLAGE (PUSHKIN), an architectural monument, part of the Tsarskoe Selo Palace and Park Ensemble, divided by Podkapriznaya Road from Catherine Park. Constructed in 1782-98 (architect A. Rinaldi, C

Grand Princes' Palaces and Mansions (entry)

GRAND PRINCES' PALACES AND MANSIONS, St. Petersburg buildings, specially built or acquired for members of the Imperial family - children and grandchildren of the Emperor (except for the eldest son, the successor to a throne

Krusenstern I.F. (1770-1846), navigator

KRUSENSTERN Ivan Fedorovich (1770-1846), navigator, corresponding member (1803), honorary member (1806) of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences, Admiral. (1842). Graduated from the Naval Cadet School (1787)

Naval monuments

NAVAL MONUMENTS. St. Petersburg is the cradle of the Russian Navy, which explains the large number of monuments related to the history and eminent naval figures, beginning with its founder Peter the Great. The Boat House in St

Nikonov N.N. (1849-1918), architect

NIKONOV Nikolay Nikitich (1849-1918), architect, representative of the Neo-Byzantine style. From the 1860s lived in St. Petersburg. Completed his studies and traineeship at city construction sites; assisted architect I.A. Monighetti

Shuvalovskoe Cemetery

SHUVALOVSKOE CEMETERY (106a Vyborgskoe Freeway). Situated in the northern part of St. Petersburg, on the east bank of Nizhnee Suzdalskoe Lake, in the Shuvalovo District

The House of F. Kanobbio.

A splendid sample of a wooden house with a mezzanine and three-part Italian window in the Classicism style was erected to the design of V.I. Geste which was approved by Alexander I in 1814
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Llama Pavilion (an ensemble of the Alexander Park)

In 1820-1822 the architect A. Menelaws built the Llama Pavilion, where llamas brought to Alexander I, apparently from Peru, were placed. In the closed courtyard there was a stable
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Nicholas Man Gymnasium. The memorial plaque to I.F. Annensky.

A part of the area of the closed Wall-paper Factory with a stone barrack for workers, belonged to the Banknote Factory since 1780, was given for building a public almshouse according to the Emperor’s order in 1859
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Small Farm of Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

Emperor Alexander II ordered to build different entertaining constructions for his children near his apartments in the Catherine Palace. The most famous construction was the Small Farm of Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Tirkish Bath pavilion (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The East architecture touches and the name of the Turkish Bath pavilion, occupying the foreground in the Great Pond panorama, remember about the Adrianople Peace treaty with Turkey in 1829
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Town Council.

A part of the area of the closed Wall-paper Factory with old barracks and director’s house, belonged to the Banknote Factory since 1780, was given for building the Town Council according to the Emperor’s order in 1859
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

Yusupov Family, Princes

YUSUPOV FAMILY, a family of princes of Nogay origin, who lived in Russia from the 16th century. Several family members were closely associated with St. Petersburg

Z.I. Yusupova’s Villa. (an ensemble of the Separated Park)

Two first areas, laid out by A.F. Vidov in 1855 for six country plots on the Separated Park territory, were granted by Emperor Alexander II for building Princess Z.I. Yusupova’s villa
Source: Tsarskoe Selo