It is a complex of storage facilities situated on the cognominal island

New Holland has a central basin which in 1765 was linked with the Moika River and the Kryukov Canal. The island's perimeter is made up of wooden storage facilities (1732-38, architect I. K. Korobov), where ship timber for the Admiralty Shipyard was dried and stored employing the so-called Dutch technique. This was also where small row boats were built. In 1765-88, an architectural monument, a complex of stone storehouses in the style of early Classicism (architects S. I. Chevansky, I. K. Gerard; facades from 1765, architect J. B. Vallin de la Mothe) was erected along New Holland's southern and eastern sides.



• live English speaking guide

• excursion along rivers and canals

Dutchmen in Petersburg

This route gives you a chance to see Dutch trace in a culture and architecture of the city

  • Address: St. Petersburg, nab. Admiralteyskogo kanala., 2
  • Phone Number: +7 (812) 245-20-35
  • Site: www.newhollandsp.ru
  • Email: info@newhollandsp.com
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    Monday - Thursday: 10:30 - 22:00
    Friday - Sunday: 10:30 - 23:00
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