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... palace must be classed as priceless.
I thought Chatsworth House was good but it's not a patch on this place.
The only down side were the staff wouldn't let me daudle (as I quite often do) and politely moved people along.
Consequently, the tour only lasts an hour.
It was definitely worth it though.
Back outside and a last stroll around the gardens before heading back to St Petersburg.
The latitude is the same ...
... was travelling to Helsinki next week from Melbourne. Same flight via Singapore as me - not bad for that age. After my merge repast I set out for the train station for my long anticipated rail journey to St Petersburg. I walked a slightly longer route and saw some wonderful art nouveau buildings in a wealthier section of town - just wonderful as I loved that kind of architecture from high school days when I wanted to become an architect. In the middle of this ...
... revolutionaries with an eternal flame and a few unmarked graves. Next we happened to find the Letiny Sad, which is the enormous garden of Peter I's Summer Palace. We didn't go inside the palace because we were already planning on going into his other palace, the Winter Palace, a mere 1.5 km away. This is now a historical museum with ...
... your space with elbowing and stepping in front. It seemed to be a cultural thing. This was an amazing place but we just could not take it in!Everywhere the eye looks is something to see. The walls, ceiling, floors, light fixtures, hardware are all treasures, not just the objects of collected art. Mosaic floors are magnificent. Gold leaf is IN here!!! Catherine the great is responsible for a lot here. She kept the place private in her day. Nazis did a lot of damage as ...
... that were shaped like windows. Very flash. I think it was way more impressive than the Palace of Versailles - which was pretty awesome! The coolest bit was the Amber Room which was a room covered floor to ceiling in amber. The walls were made of amber mosaics. There were amber pictures and then amber frames for the pictures - it was all entirely amber, just shades of honey to red! So pretty.
We were also told that one of the grand rooms used to have ...