Nicholas Palace was one of several St Petersburg palaces designed by Andreas Stackensneider for the children of Nicholas I of Russia. The palace of Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaievich of Russia forms part of a sprawling complex incorporating a palatial church, a manege, and several outbuildings separated from Labour Square by a cast-iron fence.
In 1894 the edifice reverted to the crown and was transformed into the Xenia Institute for Noble Young Ladies. It was described by E. M.
The palace is unfortunately not open to the public.
Address Ploshchad' Truda 4, 190098, St Petersburg, Russia
Coordinates 59°55'56.792" N 30°17'35.084" E