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The Sign in Commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of the Victory

The sign in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Victory and in honor of the residents of Pushkin who took part in the Great Patriotic War and were awarded the title of the Hero of the Soviet Union

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
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 Sovereign Military Chamber

The Sovereign Military Chamber was built not far from the Anichkov Palace by architect S.Y. Sidorchuk in 1913 – 1916 by order of Nikolay II. The building was constructed after the fashion of ancient chambers of Pskov-and-Novgorod stone architecture

The Storm

(the 30th kilometer of the Moscow Highway) A 12 meters high granite obelisk rises over the 30th kilometer of the Moscow Highway. It resembles a triangular-shaped bayonet

The Taitsi water supply system

The Taitsi water supply system (TW) was the water supply system of Tsarskoye Selo built according to the order of Catherine II in 1772-1787 in exchange for the outweared Vittelevo water supply system. The military engineer F.V

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 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

The Tower Ruin , a monument

The town of Pushkin. The Catherine Park, near the Ramp Alley and the Gatchina Gate. Architect: Yury Matveyevich Velten (1730-1801) Painter: Aleksey Ivanovich Belsky (1726-1796) The Tower Ruin was constructed in 1771-1773

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

The Triumphal Arch «To My Honorable Comrades-in-Arms»

The Arch “To My Honorable Comradesin-Arms” was designed by famous Russian architect V.P. Stasov and was built in 1814 to welcome those who were returning from the Patriotic War of 1812 and foreign campaigns of the Russian army

The Tsar Railway Station

The Emperor Own Railway branch line and a wooden railway station pavilion, intended for supplying an imperial residence in the Alexander Palace, was constructed in 1895 for safeguarding Emperor Nicholas II
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Tsarskoselskoye Brotherhood Cemetery of Heroes of the First World War of 1914-1918

A new official brotherhood cemetery of soldiers who died in the First World War was established by order of the Emperor Nikolay the Second in 1914. The brotherhood cemetery came to be called the Cemetery of Heroes and the First Brotherhood Cemetery

The Tsarskoye Selo Real College (with a garden and fence)

On the place, where in 1902 the building of the Real College was built to the design of A.N. Ioss, an architect of the Saint Petersburg Educational Okrug, there was Torgovaya (Trade) Square of Tsarskoye Selo planned by V.I. Geste
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Tsarskoye Selo College for Maids of the Ecclesiastic Class

The Tsarskoye Selo Women College of the Saint Petersburg eparchy department was founded according to the Emperor order by Grande Duchess Olga Nikolayevna, later the Queen of Württemberg
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Tsarskoye Selo Common Cemetery of World War I Heroes.

The first Common Cemetery of World War I heroes was founded in September 1914 according to the initiative of Empress Alexandra Fiodorovna. It occupies a plot near the Kazan Cemetery and was under the special patronage of the Empress
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Tsarskoye Selo Palace Board

A long building is the compositional key point in the layout of the imperial estate and the central part of the town, it occupies the plot between Pevchesky (now it is Litseysky) Lane and Leontyevskaya Street
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Tsarskoye Selo Palace Hospital

The Tsarskoye Selo Palace Hospital included two charity establishments: a hospital and alms-house, both supported for the money of the Palace Board since the time of Catherine I
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Turkish Bath

There is a monument in the Catherine Park that reminds of the Russo-Turkish War of 1828 - 1829. An oriental style stone building – the Turkish Bath Pavilion – is situated on a small cape that pushes out to a lake

The Unbowed

The memorial is situated at the main building of the Detskoselsky State Farm not far from the Pushkin-Kolpino Highway. It symbolizes power and courage of militiamen of the 267th independent machine gun and artillery battalion of the 55th army who

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

This building with the early Classical style facades, originally named “the bathing place for members of the Imperial family”, was built in 1777-1779 by the architect I.V. Neyelov
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The White Tower (an ensemble of the Alexander Park).

The pavilion White Tower of 38-metre-high, the highest construction in Tsarskoye Selo, was built by the architect A. Menelaws on the place of the Menagerie lusthouse in 1821-1827. The ensemble was designed as a Middle-Age knight castle-fortress
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

The Woman Gymnasium of the Ministry Of People’s Education

The Tsarskoye Selo Woman Gymnasium of the Ministry of People’s Education was founded in 1904. Firstly it was placed in a tenancy house at the corner of Magazeinaya Street and Konyushennaya Street
Source: Tsarskoe Selo

Theatre Art Academy

THEATRE ART ACADEMY, St. Petersburg State Academy of Theatre Art situated at 34 and 35 Mokhovaya Street, a higher art education institution established after numerous changes in its form and name

Theatre College

THEATRE COLLEGE, Petersburg Imperial Theatre College. Originating from the Dance School founded in 1738 and the Music School of the Court Orchestra founded in 1740, it is associated with I. A

Theatre Library

THEATRE LIBRARY, St. Petersburg State (2 Zodchego Rossi Street), the oldest theatre library of Russia. The library is thought to have been founded in 1756, the year when Russian professional theatre first appeared (see Russian Tragedy and Comedy

Theatre Workers of the Russian Federation, Union of

THEATRE WORKERS OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, The Union of, St. Petersburg organisation (STD RF) (86 Nevsky Prospect), a creative association of workers of theatrical art. It was established in 1877 in St

Theatrical Periodicals (entry)

THEATRICAL PERIODICALS. Theatre related information appeared in Petersburg periodicals (including special theatrical sections) when the first professional theatres sprang up in the mid-18th century: the newspaper Sankt-Peterburgskie Vedomosti, I. A

Theological Academy

THEOLOGICAL ACADEMY located at 17 Obvodny Canal Embankment, closed higher theological education institution. It was founded under Metropolitan Gavriil in 1797 as the Alexander Nevsky Theological Academy based on the Main Seminary and situated in

Theological schools (entry)

THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS appeared in St. Petersburg in 1714 after Peter the Great's edict to create schools for mathematics at eparch houses and monasteries, in order to prepare priests to become clerics

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