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The Pavlovsk park

 

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Pavlovsk park plan
  1. Pavlovsk Palace
  2. Private Garden, Pavilion of Three Graces
  3. Centaur Bridge
  4. Cold Bath
  5. Colonnade of Apollo
  6. Temple of Friendship
  7. Iron Bridge
  8. Humpbacked bridge and Black Bridge
  1. Great Cascade
  2. Visconti Bridge
  3. Pil-Tower
  4. Red Valley Pavilion
  5. Ruins
  6. Novosilviysky bridge
  7. The column "End of the World"
  8. Mausoleum -»Wife of benefactor»
  1. Twelve tracks
  2. Monument to the parents
  3. Dairy
  4. Rossi's Pavilion (monument to Maria Fyodorovna)
  5. Great Circles
  6. Aviary
  7. Pink Pavilion
  8. Round Hall
 The palace and park ensemble Pavlovsk Museum belongs to the most beautiful suburbs of St. Petersburg. In the vast landscape park, organically merging with the beauty of trees, shrubs, flower beds placed a beautiful palace, pavilions, garden sculpture.
 TIME. How to get there.Pavlovsk. The Grand Palace (Garden street.,20, +7-812-452-15-36) 10-17 except on Fridays and the first Monday of the month.
Pavlovsk - the next station after Pushkin. Trains are sent from Vitebsk Station (of Art. M. "Pushkin") platform Kupchino.
Route taxi № 299 sent from the monument to VI Lenin at the metro station "Moskovskaya" from the metro station "Kupchino" № 286, 363.
If Peterhof associated with us in memory of Peter I, Tsarskoye Selo - with Catherine II, did much to create and decorate these bands, then, speaking of Pavlovsk, we must remember Maria Feodorovna - princess Sophia Dorothea of Wurttemberg, the wife of Emperor Paul I and mother of Emperors Alexander I and Nicholas I - which owes its greatness Pavlovsk.
In 1777, upon the birth of first child, the future Alexander I, Catherine II presented Tsarevich Paul and Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna over 540 hectares of land five miles from Tsarskoe Selo.
During the 1777-1830 years. created a wonderful garden and park ensemble. Construction in Pavlovsk, a breakdown of new sections of the park, conversion of old, new pavilions and monuments went mostly with the life of Maria Fyodorovna, which belonged to the Pavlovsk as their home.
  Grand Palace (Cameron, 1782-1786; Brenna, 1797-1799). In 1870 the palace was a monument to Paul I of ch. I. Vitali. After the Revolution, in 1918 the palace was turned into a museum. During the Great Patriotic War, the palace has undergone destruction. Reinstated the first of the suburban palaces.
  Private Garden previously intended for the personal use of the royal family, adhering to the living rooms of Paul I and his wife. In the garden is located Pavilion "Three Graces" (Cameron, 1801). The figures of the Three Graces carved out of marble monolith (Sculptor Triskoni).
  Bridge Centaur (Cameron, 1799) is considered one of the most beautiful in Pavlovsk.
The figures of centaurs made ​​by Alexander in 1805 Voronikhin
  Cold Bath (F. Bekrenev, 1799).
  The internal decoration of the pavilion luxury contrasted this rigorous external face. The pavilion is now fully restored.
 Colonnade of Apollo (Cameron, 1793).
In the center is installed copy-iron antique statue of Apollo, kept in the Vatican Belvedere Palace. The colonnade was originally closed, but in 1817 part of the colonnade has fallen, giving her perfection, as if opening the way to Apollo to the heavenly expanse.
Pavlovsk Palace Pavlovsk Palace Monument to Paul I.I. Vitali, 1851 Three Graces Entrance to the Park with Pavilion "Three Graces" Three Graces Pavilion
View the Pavlovsk Park. Pavlovsk Palace. Monument to Paul I.I. Vitali, 1851. Entrance to the Park with Pavilion "Three Graces". Three Graces Pavilion.