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Catherine Palace (1752) - The Paris-born architect Bartolomeo Francesco Rastrelli built the palace in the form of its known today.

Catherine Palace (1752) - The Paris-born architect Bartolomeo Francesco Rastrelli built the palace in the form of its known today.

Catherine Palace (1752) - view over the private park on the side wing of the palace, which is for a lover of the Empress, Prince Platon Zubov, named.

Catherine Palace (1752) - view over the private park on the side wing of the palace, which is for a lover of the Empress, Prince Platon Zubov, named.

Palace.Catherine Palace Pushkin

Palace.Catherine Palace Pushkin

Catherine Palace (1752) - A group of tourists in the tour of the palace.

Catherine Palace (1752) - A group of tourists in the tour of the palace.

Catherine Palace (1752) - Earlier, on a gilt ornaments dispensed instead a mediating used ocher paint.

Catherine Palace (1752) - Earlier, on a gilt ornaments dispensed instead a mediating used ocher paint.

Entrance to the winter palace and the Hermitage museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

Entrance to the winter palace and the Hermitage museum, St. Petersburg, Russia

Catherine's Palace (1752) - The gold plated ornaments of the Catherine Palace and pavilions proved to be of little lasting consequence of the climate.

Catherine's Palace (1752) - The gold plated ornaments of the Catherine Palace and pavilions proved to be of little lasting consequence of the climate.

Catherine's Palace (1752) - Immediately after completion of the Grand Palace commissioned the Empress Elizabeth I, the architect Rastrelli with a new transformation. The Catherine's Palace is located in Pushkin (formerly Tsarskoye Selo), about 25 kilometers south of St. Petersburg.

Catherine's Palace (1752) - Immediately after completion of the Grand Palace commissioned the Empress Elizabeth I, the architect Rastrelli with a new transformation. The Catherine's Palace is located in Pushkin (formerly Tsarskoye Selo), about 25 kilometers south of St. Petersburg.

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