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Площадь Восстания.

Площадь Восстания.

Egyptian Bridge, St. Petersburg, Russia

Egyptian Bridge in St. Petersburg, Russia, carries Lermontov Avenue over the Fontanka River.

dinning room of the Biltmore Estate

Fabulous dining room at the Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina. At one end, it has three side-by-side large fireplaces and at Christmas, they feature a Christmas tree in this room.

Street art in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Viktor Tsoi was a Soviet musician, singer and songwriter of Korean-Russian origin, leader of the post-punk band Kino.

Street art in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Viktor Tsoi was a Soviet musician, singer and songwriter of Korean-Russian origin, leader of the post-punk band Kino.

The Winter Palace in Saint Petersburg, Russia, was, from 1732 to the official residence of the Russian monarchs.

Palace of Count P. S. Stroganov. Dining Room - Jules Mayblum - Drawings, Prints and Painting from Hermitage Museum

Palace of Count P. S. Stroganov. Dining Room - Jules Mayblum

Palace of Count P. Dining Room - Jules Mayblum - Drawings, Prints and Painting from Hermitage Museum

Printable wall poster. The interior of The Church of the Savior was designed by some of the most celebrated Russian artists of the day—including Viktor Vasnetsov, Mikhail Nesterov and Mikhail Vrubel.

Cute Wolf Print. Gold foil art. Nursery wolf art. Howling Wolf decor. Nursery Animal print. Printable wolf wall art. Baby boy nursery art

The interior of The Church of the Savior was designed by some of the most celebrated Russian artists of the day—including Viktor Vasnetsov, Mikhail Nesterov and Mikhail Vrubel.

DOES THIS ROOM MAKE MY CHANDELIER LOOK BIG... Pavilion Hall, Hermitage museum St.Petersburg, Russia

interior balonies in the Pavilion Hall at the Hermitage Museum (formerly the Winter Palace), St Petersburg, Russia (Herringbone and Houndstooth)

Moscow Metro - Kievskaya

They’re called the “People’s palaces of Moscow” or else “Underground palaces,” and they were built during the Soviet era on the Communist idea that art and beauty should belong to the people rather than only being available in the houses of nobles.

The Great Hall, Catherine Palace, near Saint Petersburg, Russia.  Note the magnificent floors inlaid with precious woods. When you enter, you are given paper slippers at the door, so the floors will not be damaged. #St.Petersburgrussia

The Great Hall, Catherine Palace, near Saint Petersburg, Russia. Note the magnificent floors inlaid with precious woods. When you enter, you are given paper slippers at the door, so the floors will not be damaged. #St.Petersburgrussia

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