Petrovsky Palace at the entrance of Moscow. The palace was built in the era of Catherine the Great and was the penultimate stopover of Russian emperors in their journey from Saint Petersburg (then capitall of the Russian empire) to Moscow.

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Creator

CLARKE, Edward Daniel

Title

Petrovsky Palace at the entrance of Moscow. The palace was built in the era of Catherine the Great and was the penultimate stopover of Russian emperors in their journey from Saint Petersburg (then capitall of the Russian empire) to Moscow.

Alternative Title

Palace of Petrovsky, the Residence of the Russian Sovereigns during their Visit to Moscow.

Date

1810

Bibliographic Citation

CLARKE, Edward Daniel. Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa by Edward Daniel Clarke LL.D. Part the First. Russia Tatary and Turkey, London, Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1810.

Identifier

clarke3_10

Spatial Coverage

Moscow

Russia

Subject

Architecture and built environment

State and military institutions - Diplomatic relations

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CLARKE, Edward Daniel, “Petrovsky Palace at the entrance of Moscow. The palace was built in the era of Catherine the Great and was the penultimate stopover of Russian emperors in their journey from Saint Petersburg (then capitall of the Russian empire) to Moscow.,” travelogues, accessed July 19, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/56723.