5 Small Part Of Russian Cultural Heritage

Small Part Of Russian Cultural Heritage

Welcome to a place that is included into Russia’s national heritage, was built for Catherine the Great and designed by the famous Russian architect Matvei Kazakov in 1775-82. It is the Petrovsky Palace.

The Palace is located in Moscow and embraces a hotel and reception house of the Moscow government. It has 5 halls with historical documents, 5 halls on the first floor and another one right under the dome of the building.

Taking pictures inside was not allowed.


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5 Responses to “Small Part Of Russian Cultural Heritage”

  1. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Interesting! Thanks!

  2. moo says:

    I wish i could look at the room with the rockets that stuff interests me so much. More so then those gatling/cannon guns.

  3. KibS says:

    Some time ago it was an administrative building of the Zhukovsky Air Force Academy. I studied there. Being on duty I kept guard about a banner :) or storehouse of ammunition. It was the higher educational institution for russian and soviet aviation engineers. Gagarin finished it too. Вut now that beautiful building has taken by Moscow goverment.. It is Russia..

  4. Verto says:

    Fake “buran” cockpit.

    • KibS says:

      It isn’t “fake”. It is a prototype, trainer for testing Buran’s technologies. Colonel Basov (who teach us the tactic discipline) was that man who “drive” real Buran during a landing phase from the remote control center.

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