Détails de l'emplacement

Détails de l'emplacement

Trubetsky-Naryshkin mansion

The exquisite facade of the Trubetsky-Naryshkin mansion in the former Liteynaya part of St. Petersburg is familiar to many Petersburgers. The first known owner of the building was the great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, “arap of Peter the Great” Abram Hannibal.

In 1855, the mansion was acquired by Prince Peter Trubetskoy; he invited the famous architect Harald Bosse to partially reconstruct the building. In 1874, the new owner, Vasily Naryshkin, reconstructed the house again (designed by architect Robert Gödike) and gave it a look that has survived to this day.

During the restoration work on March 27, 2012, a unique treasure was found in the premises of the mansion, which was recognized by experts as one of the most valuable in history.

Currently, the Trubetsky-Naryshkin Mansion is a completely new event venue equipped with modern stage equipment. The building has 8 rooms ranging from 25 to 150 m². The mansion is ideal for celebrations, photo shoots, events with a concert program. It is also possible to organize conferences, business meetings and interior excursions.

The exquisite facade of the Trubetsky-Naryshkin mansion in the former Liteynaya part of St. Petersburg is familiar to many Petersburgers. The first known owner of the building was the great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, “arap of Peter the Great” Abram Hannibal.

In 1855, the mansion was acquired by Prince Peter Trubetskoy; he invited the famous architect Harald Bosse to partially reconstruct the building. In 1874, the new owner, Vasily Naryshkin, reconstructed the house again (designed by architect Robert Gödike) and gave it a look that has survived to this day.

During the restoration work on March 27, 2012, a unique treasure was found in the premises of the mansion, which was recognized by experts as one of the most valuable in history.

Currently, the Trubetsky-Naryshkin Mansion is a completely new event venue equipped with modern stage equipment. The building has 8 rooms ranging from 25 to 150 m². The mansion is ideal for celebrations, photo shoots, events with a concert program. It is also possible to organize conferences, business meetings and interior excursions.

The exquisite facade of the Trubetsky-Naryshkin mansion in the former Liteynaya part of St. Petersburg is familiar to many Petersburgers. The first known owner of the building was the great-grandfather of Alexander Pushkin, “arap of Peter the Great” Abram Hannibal.

In 1855, the mansion was acquired by Prince Peter Trubetskoy; he invited the famous architect Harald Bosse to partially reconstruct the building. In 1874, the new owner, Vasily Naryshkin, reconstructed the house again (designed by architect Robert Gödike) and gave it a look that has survived to this day.

During the restoration work on March 27, 2012, a unique treasure was found in the premises of the mansion, which was recognized by experts as one of the most valuable in history.

Currently, the Trubetsky-Naryshkin Mansion is a completely new event venue equipped with modern stage equipment. The building has 8 rooms ranging from 25 to 150 m². The mansion is ideal for celebrations, photo shoots, events with a concert program. It is also possible to organize conferences, business meetings and interior excursions.

Adresse

st. Tchaikovsky, d.29

Emploi du temps

daily 8:00am — 0:00am

Téléphone

+7 812 318-40-66

Site web

https://www.facebook.com/trubeckihpalace/

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/osobnyak-trubeckih-naryshkinyh/

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