Real connoisseurs of art and history will take great pleasure in visiting the favorite summer residence of Paul I and his wife Maria Fyodorovna.
Among the former Royal palaces and park ensembles in the suburbs of St. Petersburg the latest to be created at the end of the 18c was Pavlovsk. It is 30 km south of St. Petersburg. The Palace was a gift from Catherine the Great to her son Paul on the occasion of the birth of his son Alexander. The outstanding architect of that time Charles Cameron brilliantly combined the style of Italian villa and traditional Russian estate. The ensemble's fame rests on the splendor of its interiors and great art collection as well as on the beauty of one of the largest landscape parks in Europe.
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