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|Drawings, Pen and Indian ink, 44x57 cm|
|Origin: Russia, Mid-19th century|
|Source of entry: Provenance: mid-19th century|
Palace: Information from Answers.com
The facade overlooking the Admiralty is the one area of the structure that contains substantial elements of the third Winter Palace. ...
State Hermitage Museum: Exhibitions
The northern facade of the Winter Palace overlooks the Neva and beyond it the Peter and Paul Fortress that was founded on 16 (27 New Style) May 1703. ...
You could look out of the Winter Palace windows overlooking the Neva and see battle ships, whose task was to protect the Hermitage from enemy aircraft fire, ...
User:Giano/The Private Rooms of the Winter Palace - Wikipedia, the
A second access was through a discrete box-like porch, constructed on the western end of the Palace's Neva facade. Until 1917 this wing contained the rooms ...
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