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Persons / Neelov Vasily Ivanovich architect
V.I. Neelov, I.V. Neelov, P.V. Neelov, architects

NEELOV family, a family of architects, representatives of early Neoclassicism and Romanticism. Vasily Ivanovich (1722-82), apprentice of S.I. Chevakinsky and M.G. Zemtsov; from 1744, worked with them and F.B


25 June. A.D. Lanskoi, a favourite of Catherine II, died in Tsarskoye Selo. In 1785 the architector G. Quarenghi built the mausoleum over Lanskoy's grave. Later it was consecrated as the Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God
Source: 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

Karamzin N.M., (1766-1826), historian, writer

KARAMZIN Nikolay Mikhailovich (1766-1826, St. Petersburg), writer, critic, historian, honorary member of the Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1818). He studied in a Moscow Boarding School. In 1782-84 he served with the Guards in St. Petersburg

Russo-Turkish wars, Monuments to

RUSSO-TURKISH WARS, MONUMENTS TO. Many monuments devoted to victories by the Russian Army and Fleet during the Russo-Turkish War of 1768-1774 have been erected at the Catherine Park at Tsarskoe Selo

The Admiralty (“Holland”)

The architectural ensemble of the Admiralty or “Holland” consisted of three pavilions and Sailor’s house was included in the Great Pond view of the Catherine park
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Crimean (Siberian) Column, a monument

The town of Pushkin, 64/68 Parkovaya Street. The painter: Gavriyil Ignatyevich Kozlov (1738-1791) The monument was opened in July 1777. The sculptor decoration was set on the obelisk top in 1785

The Great Caprice

The Great and Little Caprice were built in 1772–1774 by the architect V.I. Neyelov and the engineer I. Gerard over the road led to the Great Tsarskoye Selo Palace. The road was named “Under Caprice road”. There are many legends concerning caprices
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The House of the Commander of the Life - Guard Hussar His Emperor Majesty Regiment

The building was originally intended for placing the Patrimony Board office, it was built in 1773-1775 to the design of V.I. Neyelov. It was connected with two angle buildings with towers with the solid brick fence
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Kuzmino Cemetery.

The cemetery name comes from the village of Kuzmino. Founded in 1714 by peasants- resettlers from villages of the Moscow, Yaroslavl, Vologda and Kostrona regions, later the village has grown in the rich many-populated village of Bolshoye Kuzmino
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Lower Stables.

The Lower stables with a fodder yard, fences and a wing with dwelling flats for stablemen were built in 1756-1762 to the design of F.-B. Rastrelli and under the direction of S.I. Chevakinsky
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Private Garden (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The Private Garden of Catherine II at the Tsarskoye Selo Palace was laid out by V.I. Neyelov and D. Busch in the 1770s. Catherine II called this part of the park
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Small Caprice (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The Small Caprice like the Great Caprice has the decorative and utilitarian function, it connects the Catherine and Alexander parks. Such kinds of constructions were necessary for constructing a convenient way from a part of the Tsarskoye Selo Park
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The Toboggan Hill with a pavilion (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The Toboggan Hill with two slopes (they were not survived) was erected in 1754-1756 to the design of F.-B. Rastrelli. The third wooden slope was added by V.I. Neyelov in 1765
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

Two Angle Houses with Towers (the guardhouse, arsenal and office of the Life-Guard Hussar His Emperor Majesty Regiment)

Towers with wings were built in 1773-1775 to the design of V.I. Neyelov for placing the Patrimony Board of Tsarskoye Selo. The main building and wings were connected with a solid brick fence which has survived until our days
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

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