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Imperial Palace Ceremonial Halls State Rooms: Imperial Apartments   Anastasia Pavlova

Imperial Palace Ceremonial Halls State Rooms: Imperial Apartments

255x330 96 страниц. 1995 год.
Red Square
In July 1838 work began in the Moscow Kremlin on the reconstruction of the Russian emperors' residence. The old palace, designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli in the 18th century, was now too small and not in keeping with current tastes or ideas of beauty and comfort. Restored in haste after the fire of Moscow in 1812, the building was now very dilapidated. All this prompted Emperor Nicholas I to build a new palace that was "fitting and in keeping with the country's first capital". Nicholas entrusted the supervision of the building to Konstantin Andreyevich Ton, charging him with "... special responsibility for the stability of the foundations and vaulting and a system of safe heating ...". The emperor himself examined and approved all the details of the project. The construction and decoration of the palace took almost twelve years, from 1838 to 1849. Apart from Ton, the following Moscow architects took part in the work; F.F.Rikhter, N.I.Chichagov, PA.Gerasimov, V.A.Bakarev and others....
 
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