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Persons / Plotnikov Mikhail Mikhailovich architect
Plotnikov, М. М. (1901-1992), architect-restorer

PLOTNIKOV Mikhail Mikhailovich (1901, St. Petersburg 1992, Leningrad), architect-restorer. Graduated from the Academy of Arts (1943). Architect of the special research and production association Restavrator (Restorer)

Elagin Palace

ELAGIN PALACE (4 Elagin Island), an Empire style architectural monument, constructed in the 1780s for I.P. Elagin, rebuilt in 1818-1822 (architect K.I. Rossi) for Empress Maria Fedorovna

Gatchina, museum and reserve

GATCHINA, museum and reserve, founded in 1918 at the time Gatchina Palace and Palace Garden with the adjacent facilities were first open to visitors. Among others, V. Y. Kurbatov, N. E. Lansere, V. K. Makarov, and S. N

Gatchina, town

GATCHINA (in 1923-1927 Trotsk, in 1927-1944 Krasnogvardeisk), a town in Leningrad Region, 45 km to the south from St. Petersburg. Known since 1499 as Khotchino village, since the early 18th century - the Gatchinskaya farm-stead

Manors and Dachas (entry)

MANORS AND DACHAS. Within the precincts of modern St. Petersburg a number of the 18th -19th centuries manors and dachas (summer residences) have been preserved, also there are some fragments of manors on Petergofskaya (Peterhof) road

Oranienbaum, Park Museum

ORANIENBAUM, PARK MUSEUM, state in the town of Lomonosov, was established in 1918 in the territory of the palace and park ensemble of the same name. Oranienbaum was opened to visitors in 1922. The museum got its present-day name in 1993

Postwar Restoration of Architectural Monuments

POSTWAR RESTORATION OF ARCHITECTURAL MONUMENTS. During the Siege of 1941-44, 187 of 210 buildings registered by the government as architectural monuments suffered from bombardment, suburban palaces-museums (except for Oranienbaum) were ruined

Restoration Workshops and Organizations

RESTORATION WORKSHOPS AND ORGANIZATIONS. Restoration work in St. Petersburg has developed since the end of the 19th century. The reconstruction of historical and cultural monuments was first considered by the Imperial Archaeological Commission

Shuvalov (Naryshkin) Palace

SHUVALOV (NARYSHKIN) PALACE (21 Fontanka River Embankment), a 19th century architectural monument. The left part of the existing building was constructed in the 1780s in Neoclassical style (unknown architect) for Count I.I. Vorontsov

Suvorov Memorial Museum

SUVOROV MEMORIAL MUSEUM. The State A. V. Suvorov Memorial Museum (43 Kirochnaya Street), one of Russia's biggest memorial museums. Founded in 1900 as a temporary exhibition at the General Staff Academy in honour of the 100th anniversary of the death

Znamenka, manor

ZNAMENKA (originally Znamenskaya grange), a manor on Peterhof Road, situated east of Alexandria Palace and Park Ensemble (see also Peterhof). Given in 1710 to I.I. Rzhevsky; since 1755 it belonged to count A.G


CHURCH OF THE HOLY SIGN in Tsarskoe Selo (2a Sadovaya Street, Pushkin), an architectural monument in the Baroque style of the reign of Anna Ioannovna. It was built according to the plans of architect M. G. Zemtsov with the assistance of I. Y