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Фасад загородного дома. Русское деревянное зодчество. Псевдорусский стиль. Альбом «Мотивы русской архитектуры». 1877 год

Фасад загородного дома. Русское деревянное зодчество. Псевдорусский стиль. Альбом «Мотивы русской архитектуры». 1877 год

YUSUPOV PALACE (1727-1917), MOSCOW ~ THE CHINESE ROOM. One of the most beautiful rooms of the building painted in Chinese style that was fashionable in the end of the 19th century.

YUSUPOV PALACE (1727-1917), MOSCOW ~ THE CHINESE ROOM. One of the most beautiful rooms of the building painted in Chinese style that was fashionable in the end of the 19th century.

Romanov Boyar House in Zaryadye-Before they were the Tsars of All Russia, the Romanovs were a rich boyar (merchant) family with a manor not far from the Kremlin. The house of Nikita Romanovich Yuryev was first recorded on a map in 1597.

Romanov Boyar House in Zaryadye-Before they were the Tsars of All Russia, the Romanovs were a rich boyar (merchant) family with a manor not far from the Kremlin. The house of Nikita Romanovich Yuryev was first recorded on a map in 1597.

Royale Russie Nouvelles: Le Palais Vladimir - Résidence du Grand-duc Vladimir Alexandrovitch à Saint-Pétersbourg

Royale Russie Nouvelles: Le Palais Vladimir - Résidence du Grand-duc Vladimir Alexandrovitch à Saint-Pétersbourg

the Katalnaya Gorka Pavilion https://www.google.com/maps/search/palace+near+Russia,+Lomonosov,+Oranienbaum/@59.916389,29.74487,3a,75y,292.45h,101.53t/data=!3m5!1e1!3m3!1sdGDv9cC9OsrE8y-kIXsvtg!2e0!3e5

50 Magnificent Russian Palaces and Mansions (Photos)

the Katalnaya Gorka Pavilion https://www.google.com/maps/search/palace+near+Russia,+Lomonosov,+Oranienbaum/@59.916389,29.74487,3a,75y,292.45h,101.53t/data=!3m5!1e1!3m3!1sdGDv9cC9OsrE8y-kIXsvtg!2e0!3e5

Oranienbaum (Russian: Ораниенба́ум) is a Russian royal residence, located on the Gulf of Finland west of St. Petersburg. The Palace ensemble and the city centre are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Oranienbaum (Russian: Ораниенба́ум) is a Russian royal residence, located on the Gulf of Finland west of St. Petersburg. The Palace ensemble and the city centre are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

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