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Palace of Beloselsky-Belozersky

   
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Palace of Beloselsky-Belozersky   Palace of Beloselsky-Belozersky 

Description:
The Palace of Beloselsky-Belozersky is a typical example of a rich aristocratic mansion. It is situated in Nevsky Prospect behind the Anichkov bridge that somewhat fading in glamour, flashing less and less palaces. This part of the prospect is mostly abound with so-called “profit houses” – apartment houses for rent, which were said to be more remunerative than Siberian gold mines. The Palace of Beloselsky-Belozersky is an exception. It was constructed in 1800 by the architect Demertsov and later on was re-constructed by the famous Russian designer Stakenschneider.

It is one of the most outstanding buildings in Nevsky Prospect, famous for its’ bright red color. When constructing the palace, the architect referred to the ideas of Russian baroque of the middle of the XVIII century. Since 1884 the palace belonged to royal family.

Events: gala dinner, cocktail, conferences and meetings.

Capacity:
The Mirror Hall: up to 500 persons.
The Oak Hall: up to 300 persons.
The Hunting room: up to 50 persons.



 

  
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