Explore the Yusupov's Palace, a museum which provides an interesting look at the lives of the aristocracy of the 19th and early 20th centuries.
The palace features exotic rooms such as the Moorish Room, a pool room with a secret compartment under the table and a wonderful Rococo theatre that is still used for concerts.
Yusupov's palace is perhaps best known as the site of the murder of Grigory Rasputin, a man with mystical powers who influenced the family of the last Russian tsar.
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Renee Berman 26 Jul 2009
The Yusupov's is a very large, historic and charming palace! w loved it
William Thompson 27 Jul 2009
the Yusupov Palace is stunning and fascinating - and waxworks of Rasputin and the story around his murder.
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