Pavlovsk State Museum, Pavlovsk

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Explore the old hunting grounds of former tsars at Pavlovsk State Museum, the home once belonging to Paul I featuring a large green space with an aviary, trails, and gardens. As you walk through the 607 hectare (1,500 acre) park, you'll pass landscaped gardens, bridges, ponds, rivers, and monuments. Empress Catherine II gave the land to her son, Paul I, and his wife and child in 1777. Construction on the palace began in 1781, and the couple traveled around Europe for years collecting objects to fill their new home. You can tour the interior of the house and view its ornate furniture and artwork. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Pavlovsk State Museum and many more St. Petersburg attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's St. Petersburg trip planner.
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  • Maybe the palace was closed. We enjoyed the view of the park and the trompe d'oeil at the back of the palace but our guide didn't take us inside.  more »
  • Summer residence, built for tsar Paul I Romanov, son of Catherine II the Great, who was later killed in Marijans palace in St. Petersborgh, on a Arts square, where is now historical museum of Russia.....  more »
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