Anichkov Palace

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Cultural-Historical

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In 1741, the Empress Elizabeth commissioned Anichkov Palace. Until 1917, when it was nationalized in the wake of the October revolution, the palace was a royal residence. Today, it is used as a platform for after-school programs for children and is closed to the public. Visitors may visit the tiny history museum on-site or schedule a private palace tour.

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