Palace in Pavlovsk

Palace in Pavlovsk
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Landscape, Drawings, Watercolour and gouache, 25x33.5 cm
Origin: Russia, 1847
Album: Series "Views of St Petersburg and Moscow", produce as a gift to Queen Victoria on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of her reign
Style: Classicism
Source of entry: gift of Queen Elizabeth II to the Chairman of the USSR Supreme Council K. E. Voroshilov, 1956, 1956
Theme: Architecture

See also

Pavlovsk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Pavlovsk Palace and Park - Summer Home of the Imperial Family - an online book by Anatoli Kuchumov from the Alexander Palace Time Machine.
The Pavlovsk Palace. Page 1 : Panoramic world
A superb palace and park ensemble, dating from the late 18th to the 19th century , Pavlovsk was a summer residence of the Russian emperor Paul I and his ...
Pavlovsk Palace and Park - St. Petersburg - Reviews of Pavlovsk ...
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