Kremlin Interior

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Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia, breathtaking as all of them are in Russia! The Grand Kremlin Palace was built on orders from Tsar Nicholas I in the mid-19th Century. The architects outdid themselves!

Hermitage Museum, formerly the Winter Palace of the Tsars, Saint Peterburg, Russia

Kremlin Palace - St. Andrew’s Hall became a throne hall and main Emperor’s hall of the Moscow Kremlin. In 1932 it turned into the meeting room which hosted the party conventions.

Catherine Palace , Russia

Chandelier in Pavilion Hall at the Hermitage Museum (formerly the Winter Palace) in St. Petersburg, Russia.

The golden towers of Peterhof Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia

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The central pillar of the Palace of Facets, Moscow Kremlin, Russia

The Grand Kremlin Palace - one of the palaces of the Moscow Kremlin.

The Summer Palace of the Romanovs, Saint Petersburg, Russia ~

The Tsar Cannon on display in the Moscow Kremlin, Russia.

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"The Grand Kremlin Palace, also translated Great Kremlin Palace, was built from 1837 to 1849 in Moscow, Russia on the site of the estate of the Grand Princes, which had been established in the 14th century on Borovitsky Hill. Designed by a team of architects under the management of Konstantin Thon, it was intended to emphasize the greatness of Russian autocracy."

This is the Malachite Room of the Winter Palace, designed by the architect Alexander Briullov in the late 1830s was used as an official drawing-room of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, wife of Nicholas I. The Winter Palace in St Petersburg, Russia was, from 1732 to 1917, the official residence of the Russian Tsars.

Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia. Built between 1838 and 1849 in neo-Byzantine style by architect Konstantin Thon

Catherine's common-room is built in 1838-1849 .foto 1981 Greate Kremlin Palace

A quick glance at this Russian Baroque style palace, and you might think you were looking at the home of a long-dead tsar. Wrong. The fall of communism has been very good to some Russians, and this privately built & owned palace is evidence of that.

Next Istanbul trip, definitely going to visit Dolmabahçe Palace