The palace of Razumovskiy on Moika was built as a small copy of country tsars' residences
Count Razumovsky spent 52 thousands of rubles annually to its keeping. Its distinctive aspect was a garden, consisted of two parts: apple and lime. The count ordered the most exotic trees, flowers and bushes for his garden. He shared the exotic novelties with the Botanical Garden and with everyone who had the same hobby. The unique garden disappeared in the first years of XX century. And the palace has been preserved till the present times and today it is the main building of the A. I. Gertsen Russian Pedagogic University.
- Address: St. Petersburg, Moiki nab., 48
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