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The Pavlovsky Palace

 

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Plan of the Pavlovsk Palace
  1. FRENCH LOUNGE
  2. DANCE HALL
  3. OLD SITTING
  4. BILLIARD
  5. WHITE DINING
  6. CORNER LOUNGE
  7. NEW OFFICE
  8. GENERAL OFFICE
  9. Raspberry LOUNGE
  10. FRONT
  11. KAMERDINERSKAYA Maria Feodorovna
  12. PILYASTROVYYKABINET
  13. OFFICE "LANTERN"
  14. TOILET Maria Feodorovna
  15. BEDROOM
  1. "Chamber"
  2. EGYPTIAN LOBBY
  3. Main Staircase
  4. THE MAIN (UPPER) LOBBY
  5. Italian Hall
  6. KAMERDINERSKAYA PAUL I
  7. TOILET PAUL I
  8. LIBRARY ROSSI
  9. SMALL OFFICE
  10. LIBRARY PAUL I
  11. CARPET OFFICE
  12. HALL WARS
  13. Greek Hall
  14. HALL OF THE WORLD
  15. LIBRARY Maria Feodorovna
  1. Boudoir Maria Feodorovna
  2. THE MAIN BEDROOM
  3. TOILET Maria Feodorovna
  4. FREYLINSKAYA
  5. FIRST PASS OFFICE
  6. SECOND PASS OFFICE
  7. ART GALLERY
  8. THIRD PASS OFFICE
  9. State Dining Room (BIG Throne Hall)
  10. ORCHESTRAL
  11. Pantry
  12. Cavaliers HALL
  13. CHURCH
  14. Cavalry
  15. FRONT
Working hours: from 10.00 to 18.00, a day off - Friday.
Phone: +7(812)470-2155
The core of the suite is the Italian room decorated V. Brenna in Roman style. The walls are faced with artificial marble. In the four niches genuine antique sculpture. Behind this room should be grand ballroom Greek Hall - one of the most beautiful rooms of the palace, also designed by V. Brenna. The main element of its design - coated artificial green marble Corinthian columns. Situation is headsets Empire style armchairs and sofas, upholstered trellis famous French factory at Beauvais. Doors lead from the Greek Hall in octahedral classrooms. This Hall of War, precedes a suite of Paul I, and leads into a suite of Maria Feodorovna Hall of Peace. In the suite of Paul I of the hall should Wars Carpet cabinet, balanced Library Maria Feodorovna. Both interiors were designed by placing tapestries donated by Pavel Petrovich and Maria Feodorovna, Louis XVI.
Enfilade Paul also includes a front library where preserved the gift of Louis XVI - a small tufted carpet production factory Savonneri. On half of Maria Feodorovna can see the magnificent front bedroom where the toilet is a porcelain set with mirror is made on the Sevres (1781-1782, designed by LA-S.Buazo). From the suite of Maria Feodorovna can proceed in an art gallery, which served as a front corridor leading to the additional housing where Brenna has placed the Throne Room, Cavaliers hall and the palace church of Peter and Paul (1797-1798). Throne Hall, the decorating of which were involved in P. Gonzaga (painted canopy) and the sculptor I. Martos, and M. Kozlowski (figure caryatids) - the most grand interiors of the palace. Today, there are exhibited two the service - "Paris" (1781-1782, Sèvres factory) and "Gold" (the second quarter of the XIX century, the Imperial Porcelain Factory).
Own half
Privacy half traditionally been arranged on the first floor of the building. It includes shared accommodation and private rooms gallery of Maria Feodorovna. The interiors of the central body for the most part kept the design of Charles Cameron. Some of the rooms was designed in 1790-ies V. Brenna, G. Kvarnegy and Rossi. In the apartments of Maria Feodorovna was the most famous study "Flashlight", issued in 1807 by A. Voronikhin (with sculptor V.Demut-Malinowski). All rooms are furnished with beautiful furniture, made by Alexander Voronikhin, decorated with sculpture, painting.
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