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Kolomenskoye
« on: August 12, 2006, 02:59:09 AM »
hi,

I have understood that Catherine the Great has built a palace in Kolomenskoye after the destruction of the wooden palace. Does any one iknow something more about this palace? Also Alexander 1 has built a palace in Kolomenskoye, does any one knows somethings about this palace?

thx in advance.

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2006, 09:03:40 AM »
Hi Ipflo,

I don't  remember if you wer french are not so answer (short) in english there is a plan of reconstruction of the wooden palace(Cathreine 2 ordered the destruction of the building which was neglected)...The mayor of Moscow wants to rebuild(perhaps a gfake like Tsaritsyno) there would have a commercial center around...


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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #2 on: August 25, 2006, 02:41:00 PM »
Hi Vassili,

Thx for your reply.

No i am not french, i come from the Netherlands.

If you can tell me more, please. A few weeks ago, I have visited the place, and it is really interessant. Especially the model of the wooden palace, I also bought the nice book about the wooden palace. Only I understood vaguely from some pictures that after Catherine destroyed the wooden palace, a new palace of stone was built in the park of Kolomenskoye (of which only a small pavillion remains???). But as my Russian is not so good, I can just vaguely read the Cyrillean letters, I did not understand if this was true, and if so what happened to this second palace.

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #3 on: August 26, 2006, 02:04:39 AM »

Kolomenskoye

High above abrupt coast of Moscow-river, in a picturesque natural environment, it is located ancient Kolomenskoye - a unique historical place where within many centuries were created, were to the world, gathered and monuments of domestic history and culture were carefully stored(kept).

In XVII century in Kolomna " the Eighth miracle of light " - the unique wooden palace which has personified all best that was reached(achieved) with wooden architecture by this time is erected. Since 1645 the destiny of a under construction temple of the Icon of the Kazan Mother of god is indissolubly connected with a name of tsar Alexey Mikhajlovicha reigned with 1645 for 1676. Tsar loved manor and is constant within thirty years annually came here on summer holiday. In honour of a birth of the successor of a throne to a temple the second has been attached ?????? Dmitry Solunskogo (approximately 1649), Finished an architectural composition. In due course to the Kazan church pass functions of a house temple. Here were stored(kept), on custom, imperial treasury and the most valuable property which brought here during summer holiday in an imperial transport. After end of construction the Kazan church has been painted and ornate by various fabrics, carpets. First young tsar used Kolomna for a falconry, but gradually by the end of board of Alexey Mikhajlovicha (1676) the manor has turned to a magnificent country residence. Covered transition the palace incorporated to stone church of the Kazan Mother of god constructed in 1651 - 1671. Now it is an operating(a working) temple.

In XVII century in Kolomna " the Eighth miracle of light " - the unique wooden palace which has personified all best that was reached(achieved) with wooden architecture by this time is erected. Since 1645 the destiny of a under construction temple of the Icon of the Kazan Mother of god is indissolubly connected with a name of tsar Alexey Mikhajlovicha reigned with 1645 for 1676. Tsar loved manor and is constant within thirty years annually came here on summer holiday. In honour of a birth of the successor of a throne to a temple the second has been attached pridel Dmitry Solunskogo (approximately 1649), Finished an architectural composition. In due course to the Kazan church pass functions of a house temple. Here were stored(kept), on custom, imperial treasury and the most valuable property which brought here during summer holiday in an imperial transport. After end of construction the Kazan church has been painted and ornate by various fabrics, carpets. First young tsar used Kolomna for a falconry, but gradually by the end of board of Alexey Mikhajlovicha (1676) the manor has turned to a magnificent country residence. Covered transition the palace incorporated to stone church of the Kazan Mother of god constructed in 1651 - 1671. Now it is an operating(a working) temple.

After full disassembly of a wooden palace in XVII century on coast of Moscow-river, near to church of Rise gospodnya, the four-storeyed palace in which empress Ekaterina II wrote the well-known legal treatise - "Order" has been constructed. The palace has been ruined during invasion of the Frenchmen. In 1825 on its(his) bases has been constructed a new palace under the decree of emperor Alexander I in style an empire style which also was not kept till our time.

In 20th years of our century remarkable Russian architect P.D.Baranovsky has started to create the museum of wooden architecture first in Russia open-air. At various times in Kolomna brought monuments of wooden architecture XVII-XVIII centuries which placed basically in ancient Voznesenskom to a garden. Here a number(line) have appeared wooden structures from different areas of Russia: Sacred gate Nikolo-??????????? of a monastery 1693 from coast of the White sea, the Brotherly tower of the middle of XVII century from a zone of Brotherly HYDROELECTRIC POWER STATION, Peter's I memorial small house 1702 from Arkhangelsk.

The first construction established(installed) in Kolomna at the Forward gate, was economic construction of the Preobrazhenskiy palace of XVIII century, conditionally named Medovarnej. In Peter's I small house the exposition reproducing interiors imperial marching, of premises of the beginning of XVIII century is placed

With April, 1990 under the decision of executive committee of the Moscow City Council # 666 there is begun work on restoration and development of memorial estate "Kolomna", continued by the complex program of development Kolomna till 2007. The architectural ensemble is restored, new expositions are created, the historical landscape of imperial manor is restored, archeologic researches are carried out. In 2004 it is completed muzeefikatsiya the Fodder court yard. The memorial estate "Kolomna" is a complex monument of history and culture of Russia. The complex consists of 17 monuments of architecture: 12 from them - the kept part of an architectural ensemble of imperial manor XVI-XIX centuries; 4 monuments - the wooden constructions brought from different areas of Russia.

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #4 on: August 28, 2006, 09:07:34 PM »
Well Ipflo,

I profit of a free time to answer...Jacqueline who is pearl has send you the essential to know about the building...

To give you a more moderate approach read what Moscow architecture association has published on Tsarityno it will give you an idea of what the restoration would be :as it was done in the 19th century in France with Viollet le Duc ,restiration in the style sometime not always for the more respectuous of the original rests...http://www.maps-moscow.com/index.php?chapter_id=151&data_id=60&do=view_single

I've just remembered for Kolomenskoye that ther is no plan any more of the palace -just a model in wooden -made in the 19th century...http://static.flickr.com/4/5777715_40a4375d07_m.jpg
"Unfortunately, the wooden palace of Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich, a unique masterpiece of Russian architecture built in 1667-1668 by carpenter foreman Semen Petrov and serf carpenter Ivan Mikhailov, has not survived. This beautiful palace, considered by its Russian contemporaries to be the “Eight wonder of the world”, consisted of a large number of buildings interconnected by passageways. The entire ensemble must had been very impressive with all its towers, cupolas, Kokoshniks, ogee-shaped roofs, spires, globes, gilded double headed eagles etc. Today the visitors to the museum can form an idea of what the palace looked like from the model skilfully executed by the woodcarver D. Smirnov in 1867."

If you can scan few pages of your marvellous book on the wooden palace...

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #5 on: August 29, 2006, 05:44:49 PM »
yes, I will scan some pictures from the book, but please remind me about it if I forget

With regard to the plans I can tell you that the book contains several plans of the palace, made by order of Catherine II when the palace was destroyed, just as several pictures of how the building exactly looked.

If some one has more information about the palace of Alexander I in Kolomenskoye, please.

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #6 on: December 28, 2006, 04:55:18 AM »
I've fixed the shots of the plans:




Some views of Kolomenskoye a short time before the works of restoration which are planned to be completed until 2010...
Next to the site ,a panel explains what would be soon rebuilt
Restoration process has begun
The site actually(lot to do...)

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #7 on: March 24, 2007, 09:11:07 AM »
Some views of the park that is highly appreciate by Moscovits...








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Re: Kolomenskoye
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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #11 on: March 28, 2007, 01:28:55 PM »
There is very good honey market in this estate now! :P

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #12 on: March 29, 2007, 03:27:09 PM »
Thanks for the precision,I'll see to command some...!

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #13 on: May 10, 2009, 11:07:07 AM »



The reconstruction of the vanished palace will be almost completed for july at the occasion of the celebration of the battle of Poltava, date of birth of Russia as a real powerful country.

The interiors are planned to be completed until 2010, it must be noticed that this new old palace is made on concrete foundations and don't use the original foundations (that were in a so poor shade).


The park is expected to become one of the most attractive part of the capital.


http://www.archi.ru/events/news/news_present_press.html?nid=16555&fl=1&sl=1&tid_1=%25&tid_2=%25&tid_3=%25

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Re: Kolomenskoye
« Reply #14 on: May 10, 2009, 12:21:29 PM »
THX for the pictures - are there more pictures - I am really curious how it looks like from the other sides