10 Sights in Pushkin, Russia (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Pushkin, 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 10 sights are available in Pushkin, Russia.

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1. Девушка с кувшином

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"Girl with a Jug" is a fountain in the Catherine Park of Tsarskoye Selo in St. Petersburg, a monument of landscape architecture and sculpture of the early XIX century of federal and international importance, became known as the "Tsarskoselskaya statue". The sculpture became a poetic symbol of the Tsarskoye Selo Gardens. According to Vsevolod Petrov, a senior researcher at the Painting Department of the Russian Museum, the sculpture represents the pinnacle of Pavel Sokolov's work and belongs to the most beautiful achievements of Russian landscape sculpture.

Wikipedia: Девушка с кувшином (RU)

2. Чесменская колонна

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The Chesme Column is a rostral column in the Catherine Park at the Catherine Palace, a former Russian royal residence at Tsarskoye Selo, a suburb of Saint Petersburg. The column commemorates three Russian naval victories in the 1768–1774 Russo-Turkish War: the Battle of Chios, the Battle of Chesma and the Battle of Mytilene. It was constructed from 1774 to 1778 in the large pond of the landscape park of the Catherine Palace to Antonio Rinaldi's designs.

Wikipedia: Chesme Column (EN)

3. Arsenal (Armoury)

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Arsenal is a park pavilion built in 1819-1834 according to the project and under the supervision of architects Adam Menelas and Alexander Ton, one of the first Russian museums. The building in the "Gothic" style, crowned with crenellated towers, is located in the center of the Alexander Park of Tsarskoye Selo, a suburb of St. Petersburg.

Wikipedia: Арсенал (Царское Село) (RU)

4. Kagul obelisk

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The Kagul Obelisk in Tsarskoye Selo is one of several such structures erected on behest of Catherine II of Russia in 1772 to commemorate Pyotr Rumyantsev's victory in the Battle of Kagul. Designed by Antonio Rinaldi, the dark grey-and-red marble obelisk stands in the landscape park of the Catherine Palace.

Wikipedia: Kagul Obelisk (EN)

5. Pushkin

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Monument to A. S. Pushkin in Pushkin is one of the most famous monuments to Pushkin. It was in Tsarskoye Selo among lyceum students that the thought of the monument to Pushkin first arose, however, it was decided to erect the first monument to the poet in Moscow, where he was born.

Wikipedia: Памятник А. С. Пушкину (Пушкин) (RU)

6. Церковь иконы Божией Матери Знамение

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The Tserkov icon "Sign" is an Orthodox church in St. Petersburg's Pushkin city, located on Palace Street in the city center, near Catherine's Palace. The temple is the oldest building of the Tsarskoye Selo Palace and Park Ensemble and the first stone building of Tsarskoye Selo.

Wikipedia: Знаменская церковь (Пушкин) (RU)

7. The Catherine Palace

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The Catherine Palace is a Rococo palace in Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin), 30 km south of St. Petersburg, Russia. It was the summer residence of the Russian tsars. The Palace is part of the World Heritage Site Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments.

Wikipedia: Catherine Palace (EN)

8. Храм римско-католический Святого Иоанна

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St. John the Baptist Church is a Catholic church located in Pushkin, administratively part of the federal city of Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Moscow, in its northwestern deanery.

Wikipedia: St. John the Baptist Church, Saint Petersburg (EN)

9. Церковь мученика Иулиана Тарсийского

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The chain of the holy martyr Julian of Tarsiysky is an Orthodox church in the city of Pushkin in St. Petersburg. The former regimental temple of his Majesty of the Life Guards of the regiment of the Russian Imperial Guard.

Wikipedia: Церковь Святого Мученика Иулиана Тарсийского (Пушкин) (RU)

10. Храм преподобного Сергия Радонежского

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Tserkov of the Read Sergius of Radonezh - the Orthodox Church in the city of Pushkin, in the area of Sofia. It was built in 1889 as a regimental temple of the Life Guards of the 2nd Rifle Tsarskoye Selo Regiment.

Wikipedia: Храм преподобного Сергия Радонежского в Царском Селе (RU)


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