18 Kuskovo Manor: Entertainment House of Russian Elite

Kuskovo Manor: Entertainment House of Russian Elite

Posted on July 21, 2011 by kulichik

Welcome to Kuskovo Manor, the summer entertainment country-house of count Peter Sheremetiev which was intended for parties, celebrations and entertainments. For more than half a century beginning with 1739 and ending with 1792 count P. B. Sheremetiev, son of Peter the Great’s associate Field-Marshal B. P. Sheremetiev, has built and decorated the manor. His summer residence was not inferior to the tsar’s palace in refinement and magnificence.

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The pond. Standing on its opposite side one can catch the wonderful view of the Grand Palace.

The ducks are enjoying the weather and the water.


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18 Responses to “Kuskovo Manor: Entertainment House of Russian Elite”

  1. testicules says:

    Yeah this place looks great but there is no closet space and the the commute is murder

  2. Rowski says:

    Not Versailles but itz pretty nice!

  3. Musa says:

    Very nice, I just wish there were more photographs of the inside of some of the other buildings. I especially like the Hermitage building and greenhouse. I enjoyed looking at all the photographs here in this post, Thanks.

  4. ODB says:

    I could live there I understand the french menu ! Where I have to sign ?

  5. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Very nice pictures! Thank you!

  6. Verto says:

    That’s why socialist revolution took place.elites were enjoying lavish life and working class had nothing but anger.

  7. Henry says:

    A very refined palace, ehem, summer house. It’s amazing it’s survived with its original furnishings.

  8. Yanov Uskhar says:

    What did the bathrooms look like?

  9. Hina Malik says:

    impressive work, i would shear it with my FB friends :)

  10. Akasha says:

    is that “cake” real or just made of plastic?

  11. testicules says:


  12. ashka says:

    very nice! I wish to visit it someday.

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