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Catherine palace & park

The Catherine palace is a Rococo palace located in the town of Pushkin, 30 km south of the St.Petersburg. It was the summer residence of the Russian tsars. Inside the palace you can see the one and only Amber room.

Petergof palace & fountain park

The Peterhof palace is series of palaces and gardens located in Petergof, laid out on the orders of Peter the Great. These palaces and gardens are sometimes referred as the Russian Versailles. Petergof is a Unesco World Heritage Site.

The Winter palace (Heremitage museum)

St. Petersburg's most famous building, the Winter palace not only physically dominates Palace Square and the south embankment of the Neva River, but also plays a central political, symbolic, and cultural role in the three-century history of the city. Today, the restored palace forms part of a complex of buildings housing the Hermitage museum.

Mikhailovsky palace (Russian museum)

Home of the State Russian Museum, the Mikhailovsky Palace was originally built for Grand Duke Mikhail Pavlovich, brother of Alexander I, and is one of the finest works of Carlo Rossi, St. Petersburg's master of neoclassical architecture.

Gatsinas palace & park

The family home for four generations of Russian Emperors, Gatchina has been long neglected, but is rich in historical associations and fascinating architecture.

Pavlovs palace & park

Blessed with one of the finest landscapep gardens in Europe, Pavlovsk is renowned for its tranquil beauty and its elegant, understated palace.

Oranienbaum palaces & park

Oranienbaum is a Russian royal residence, located on the Gulf of Finland west of St. Petersburg. The Palace ensemble and the city cenre are Unesco World Heritage Sites.

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