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The Commemorative Sign of His Majesty's Life-Guards Cossack Regiment

Project managers: V.N. Philippov, architects: Professor V.I. Mukhin, Chief Architect of Autonomous Nonprofit Organization “DARSI” V.V. Smolin, Candidate of Architecture E.E. Lavrushin. The sign was established at the Cathedral of St

The Concert Hall (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The most perfect pavilion of the Catherine Park was built in 1782-1788 by G. Quarenghi as “a hall for music with two studies and opened temple devoted to Ceres”
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Concert Hall on the Island of the Great Pond, a pavilion (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The first in Tsarskoye Selo a park entertaining pavilion Lusthaus, in the form of a octagonal balk wooden gallery, was built by the architect I.K. Ferster in 1723 just here, on an artificial island of the Great Pond
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Concrete Stele in Yam-Izhora Town

31st kilometer of the Moscow highway. An embossed image of the Order of the Great Patriotic War is depicted on the front side of the stele. The inscription on the memorial plate reads “Here the brave soldiers of the Leningrad Front occupied strong

The Cottedge of Grand Duke Boris Vladimirovich (an ensemble of the Separated Park)

A country house, looked like an English cottadge, is the first model of the St. Petersburg Modern and the scene of action of the famous series of TV films about Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Country House of P.P. Chistyakov (an ensemble of the Separated Park)

Building the country house of the artist and the Academy of Arts Professor P.P. Chistyakov was connected with the special art “colony” in the Separated Park where famous artists - K.A. Gorbunov, M.N. Vasilyev, N.A. Lavrov, M.V. Kharlamov, N.YE
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Crimea Column

A column initially named Siberian Column was erected at the border of the Babolovsky Park in 1777. The column was erected in memory of integration of the Crimea and Russia according to the Treaty of Kuchuk Kainarji concluded at the end of the

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 Elephant Pavilion (an ensemble of the Alexander Park)

The wooden pavilion Elephants with small Indian style towers and service rooms and sheds, surrounded the yard, was built by the architeсt Menelaws in 1828. Appartments of the park wardens and elephant supervisor were placed in this pavilion
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Elisarovs' museum apartment

THE ELIZAROVS' MUSEUM APARTMENT (52/24 Lenin Street), a branch of Smolny History Memorial Museum. It was opened in 1927 as V. I. Lenin’s memorial apartment museum known under its present name since 1990

The Engineer Combat Training Battalion

The Engineer Combat Training Battalion was established in January 11, 1816. Its barracks and office premises were located along Pavlovskoye Highway next to the premises of dismounted and mounted model forces

The estate of A.V. Kokorev (an industrialist, wine merchant, patron of art)

An example of a rich merchant modernist style estate, the base of which was made up the early constructions of two town places Nos. 154 and 153. One of them belonged to Privy Councillor F.A. Durasov, from who it passed to Prince Dondukov-Korsakov
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The estate of M.V. Kochubey (the Reserved Palace, Vladimir Palace)

Alexander I was the author of the original architectural idea and customer of Kochubey’s country-house. The work with the project was begun in 1816 from a draft developed by the emperor himself with the help of the architect P.V
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Evangelical-Lutheran Church of the Resurrection of Christ

The Lutheran Church was founded according to the initiative of the director of the Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum Ye. A. Engelgardt and the Lyceum pastor Gnichtel. In 1817-1818 a wooden building was adapted for using as the church on money granted by
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Farm (an ensemble of the Alexander Park)

The Farm is located in the heart of the Alexander Park near the White Tower and the Military Chamber. The complex has been founded at this place from 1810 when the first wooden constructions were built according to the design of the garden
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Formula of Grief

The monument to the victims of the genocide of the Jews who were residing in Pushkin, is situated at the intersection of Dvortsovaya Street and Moskovskaya Street

The Gate "To my dear comrades", a monument

Address: the town of Pushkin, Sadovaya Street, to the North-East part of the Catherine Park. Architects: Vasily Petrovich Stasov (1769-1848) Adam Menelaws (1748-1833) Opened: 17 August 1817 Materials: the Gate columns

The Gostiny Dvor (Merchant Arcade)

A historical complex of the Tsarskoye Selo Gostiny Dvor (25 Moskovskaya Street) is located between Oranzhereinaya Street and Leontyevskaya Street. The complex includes the main building built by the architect N.S
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

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
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Green Belt of Glory

THE GREEN BELT OF GLORY, a complex of memorial installations and parks along the border-lines of the Battle of Leningrad, 1941-44. The idea of the establishment of the complex was suggested by poet and front-line soldier M.A

The Green Belt of Glory

It is a complex of memorial installations and parks along the 200 kilometer border-line of the Battle of Leningrad. The memorial was designed by architects G.N. Buldakov, V.L. Gaykevich, and M.A. Sementovskaya

The Grotto Pavilion.

The Grotto pavilion with the pier , highlighting on the dark green background of the Old Garden and with its mirror reflection in the Great Pond water, pertains to classical views of the Catherine Park
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Guard (Naval) Company

The Guard (Naval) Company was the first guards unit of the Russia Navy. It was established in February 16 (27), 1810 on the basis of the Rowing Company established by Peter the First in 1710

The Hermitage pavilion (an ensemble of the Catherine Park)

The Hermitage pavilion, hidden in green foliage of the grove, with the Hermitage Canal, encircled it, was built in 1744-1746 to the design of the architect M.G. Zemtsov, it was not completed. The pavilion decoration was completed by F.-B
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The House of Books, the Book Shop

THE HOUSE OF BOOKS (28 Nevsky Prospect) is the biggest book department store in St. Petersburg. It was housed in the former building of the Zinger company: the seven-storied building with a high corner tower crowned with a glass sphere is a shining

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 House of L.V. Tepper de Fergusson

A dwelling house with mezzanine was built at the border of the 18th and 19th centuries during the reign of Emperor Paul I. The most probably that the author of the project was P.V
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

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 house of Ya. Kitayev (with the fence and garden)

A design of an one-storied house with a mezzanine and garden was developed in 1926 by the architect V.M. Gornostayev for Ya.V. Kitayev, a valet of emperors Alexander I and Nicholas I. When Ya.V
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The house of Ye.A. Engelgardt.

Two-storied building (4 Sadovaya Street) was built in 1752-1753 to the design of S. Chevakinsky in the complex of four cavaliers’ houses for a linen-keeper of Empress Elizabeth Petrovna. In 1811-1816 V.P
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

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