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Stanislav Dumin, Sergei Mironenko and Evgeniy Kiselev today at Echo Moskvi Radio.

Palaces in St. Petersburg / Wedding Palaces
« on: March 16, 2006, 10:18:36 AM »
3/3 at 3:33pm, "Wedding Palace No 1", English Embankment, 28


ISBN 5-235-02837-6
Moscow: Molodaya Gvardiya, 2005.

I just bought for 184 roubles ($6.50)

I have count 17 monuments to Romanovs. Which I forget? Below there are all but Strelna's Peter the Great.
Near St.Michael's Castle by Rastrelli

Bronze Horseman

"To founder of the Russian Navy" at former St. Petersburg riverine yacht club terrace, naberezhnaya Martynova (Martynov embankment), 92 (former Middle Nevka embankment). Sculptor presumably Jean-Dominic Rachette (1744-1809), in memory of Peter the Great's bicentenary, 1872 (reconstituted in 1989, architect Eugen Ivanovich Travnikov, b.1923):

Near Domik Petra (Cabin of Peter I) at Petrovskaya naberezhnaya (Peter Embankment), 6. Architect Ernest Guibert (1823-1909), sculptor Parmen Petrovich Zabello (1830-1917) from the 1760 design by Nicolas-Fran├žois Gillet (1709-1791), in memory of 150 years since Peter the Great's death, 1875:

"To the father of the Fatherland" in the niche of the present Nakhimov Naval School, Petrogradskaya naberezhnaya (Petrograd embankment), 2. Architect Alexander Ivanovich Dmitriev (1878-1959), artist Alexander Nikolayevich Benois (1870-1960), sculptor Basil Vasilyevich Kuznetsov, 1910:

"To Peter the Great" at Bol'shoy Sampsonievskiy prospect (Large Sampsony Avenue), 41. Architect Nicholas Evgenievich Lanceray (1879-1942), sculptor Leon Moiseevich Antokolsky (1872-1942) from the 1872 design of his uncle Mark Matveevich Antokolsky (1843-1902), in memory of bicentenary of Poltava Victory, 1909, unmounted 1938 (now in Tretyakov Gallery), reconstituted 2003:

Moscow (Nicholas') railway station


In the Fortress

Catherine the Great

Paul in Gatchina

Paul in Pavlovsk

Paul in the Castle

Maria Feodorovna

Alexander I

Nicholas I

Alexander II at Lomonosova St

Alexander II at Suvorovsky

Alexander III

Nicholas II in the city

Nicholas II in Tsarskoye Selo

ISBN 5-86153-138-2
St.Petersburg, 2004
528 pages, b/w and color illustrations

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / The Romanovs and Crimea
« on: March 05, 2005, 02:15:55 AM »
ISBN 966-648-062-X. Simferopol: Business-Inform, 2004. 320 pages.

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Sunbeam
« on: March 03, 2005, 02:48:42 PM »
ISBN 5-88810-036-X. Peterhof: Abris, 2004.

Books about the Romanovs and Imperial Russia / Dimitry Konstantinovich
« on: March 02, 2005, 03:04:01 PM »
Last owner of Strelna. Peterhof: Abris, 2004.

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