This workshop is a wonderful place to visit with kids and experience the art and craft of amber. You will be thrilled with the experience!
This Baroque octagonal pavilion, located on an artificial island, used to serve for meetings. It combines white columns with turquoise color.
The bridge was built in 1774. It gained its name because of its columns, pedestals and carved balusters made of Ural marble.
The Imperial Lyceum in Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg, also known historically as the Imperial Alexander Lyceum after its founder…
This parish church astounds by its beauty. It was rebuilt several times - today's church holds exhibitions of history of surrounding temples.
Alexander Park is a park in Tsarskoye Selo outside St. Petersburg.
Get to the top of this bright white watchtower and enjoy the lovely view over the city. Also explore its interior and underground corridors!
The green walls of this newly restored cathedral are combined with magnificent golden icons.
The Ascension Cathedral in the town of Sophia in the vicinity of Saint Petersburg, was one of the first purely Palladian churches to be…
Located on the hillside, the gallery consists of 44 white fluted columns with Ionic capitals.
Pushkin was a man of very vivid character, clear in his thoughts. This monument of him sitting on a bench is dedicated to this great man.
Babolovo or Babolovka was a dacha of Prince Potemkin in Tsarskoe Selo.
St. John the Baptist Church is a Catholic church located in Pushkin, administratively part of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia.