5 Sights in Peterhof, Russia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Peterhof, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 5 sights are available in Peterhof, Russia.

List of cities in Russia Sightseeing Tours in Peterhof

1. Дворец Лейхтенбергских

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Leikhtenberg Palace is a palace located on the ridge of the northeastern coastal terrace of Sergievka Park on the western outskirts of Petersch Palace near St. Petersburg. The building was built by architect Andrei Ivanovich Stakenschneider in 1839-1842 for Maria Nikolayev, daughter of Nicholas I, and her husband, Duke Maximilian Lehtenberg. Stakenschneider is also the author of Malinsky Palace, Leikhtenbersky's St. Petersburg residence. The building was badly destroyed during the Great Patriotic War. It was partially restored in the 1990s and 2000s. During Soviet times, the palace and surrounding buildings were occupied by laboratories at St. Petersburg State University's Institute of Biology.

Wikipedia: Дворец Лейхтенбергских (RU)

2. Ольгин павильон

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The Olgin Pavilion is a pavilion in the city of Peterhof, in the suburbs of Saint Petersburg. The Holguin Pavilion is located on Holguin Island Holguina Pond in the Kolonist Park, which is located south of the Upper Garden. On the neighboring island is the Tsaritsyn Pavilion.

Wikipedia: Ольгин павильон (RU)

3. Памятник Петергофскому десанту

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The Peterhof Landing Force was an operational landing force of the Baltic Fleet, landed during the Strelna-Peterhof Offensive Operation on October 5, 1941. By October 7, almost all the personnel of the landing force were killed, only a few people survived.

Wikipedia: Петергофский десант (RU)

4. Tsaritsyn pavilion

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Tsaritsyn Pavilion is one of the palace pavilions of Peterhof, which stands on Tsaritsyn Island in the middle of the Olgin Pond of the Kolonist Park. On another island of the Olgin Pond is the Holguin Pavilion, also built during the reign of Nicholas I.

Wikipedia: Царицын павильон (RU)

5. мемориал Приморский

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мемориал Приморский ru:User:Mashiah Davidson / Общественное достояние

The Primorsky Memorial Complex is a complex of memorial structures of the "Green Belt of Glory", located in Peterhof near the Petrodvortsovy Watch Factory and the English Park - at the fork in the road to Lomonosov and Gostilitsa. .

Wikipedia: Приморский (мемориальный комплекс) (RU)


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