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Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Tsar Nicholas II at the opening ceremony of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 1906

Tsar Nicholas II at the opening ceremony of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 1906. The Duma, the elected legislative assembly of the Russian Empire

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Tsar Nicholas II speaking at the opening of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 27 April 1906

Tsar Nicholas II speaking at the opening of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 27 April 1906. The Duma, the elected legislative assembly of the Russian Empire

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Marriage of The Duke of Edinburgh with The Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna

The Marriage of The Duke of Edinburgh with The Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna, in The Winter Palace at St. Petersburg, January 23, 1874, (1901)

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: New Bridge at St. Petersburg, 1845. Creator: Unknown

New Bridge at St. Petersburg, 1845. Creator: Unknown
New Bridge at St. Petersburg, 1845. View of boats on the Neva River, St Petersburg, Russia. From " Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: David Roentgen and Company in Saint Petersburg, ca. 1784-86

David Roentgen and Company in Saint Petersburg, ca. 1784-86

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Der Flanken-Marsch! Oder: Die Bedrohung Von Petersburg!, 1813, (1921). Creator: Unknown

Der Flanken-Marsch! Oder: Die Bedrohung Von Petersburg!, 1813, (1921). Creator: Unknown
Der Flanken-Marsch! Oder: Die Bedrohung Von Petersburg!, 1813, (1921). La marche de flanc, ou la menace contre Petersbourg

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Crowds in front of the Duma, Petrograd, Russia, 1917, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Crowds in front of the Duma, Petrograd, Russia, 1917, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Crowds in front of the Duma, Petrograd, Russia, 1917, (c1920). The Eve of the Revolution. From " The Great World War: A History", Volume VII, edited by Frank A Mumby

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Russian soldiers in Petrograd, First World War, 1917, (c1920). Creator: Unknown

Russian soldiers in Petrograd, First World War, 1917, (c1920). Creator: Unknown
Russian soldiers in Petrograd, First World War, 1917, (c1920). Revolutionary Days...: Insurgent troops on their way to the Duma

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Russians praying for the success of their forces, Petrograd, First World War, 1914, (c1920)

Russians praying for the success of their forces, Petrograd, First World War, 1914, (c1920). Citizens offering up prayers for the victory of Russias arms

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: German prisoners from the SMS Magdeburg in Petrograd, Russia... August 1914, (c1920)

German prisoners from the SMS Magdeburg in Petrograd, Russia... August 1914, (c1920)
German prisoners from the SMS Magdeburg in Petrograd, Russia, First World War, August 1914, (c1920). Russias Naval Prisoners

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Avenue of Fountains, Imperial Palace of Peterhof, Russia, 1897

The Avenue of Fountains, Imperial Palace of Peterhof, Russia, 1897. Formal gardens at the Peterhof Palace in Saint Petersburg

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Imperial Winter Palace from Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1897. Creator

The Imperial Winter Palace from Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1897. Creator
The Imperial Winter Palace from Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1897. The Winter Palace was the official residence of the Russian Emperors from 1732 to 1917

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Gallery of Modern Sculpture, In the Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1898. Creator

Gallery of Modern Sculpture, In the Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1898. Creator
Gallery of Modern Sculpture, in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1898. The Hermitage Museum was founded in 1764, and houses an enormous collection of antiquities, paintings

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Monument to Alexander I. Arch of Triumph, and the Staab Building, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1897

Monument to Alexander I. Arch of Triumph, and the Staab Building, St. Petersburg, Russia, 1897. Designed by Auguste de Montferrand and built between 1830 and 1834

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Petrograd at the Time of Peter I, c1900, (1965). Creator: Yevgeny Lansere

Petrograd at the Time of Peter I, c1900, (1965). Creator: Yevgeny Lansere
Petrograd at the Time of Peter I, c1900, (1965). Rowing boat on the choppy waters of the River Neva. Painting, also known as St

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: View of the English Quay from... the Building of the Academy of Art, early 19th century, (1965)

View of the English Quay from... the Building of the Academy of Art, early 19th century, (1965)
View of the English Quay from the corner of the Building of the Academy of Art, early 19th century, (1965). Ships on the River Neva in St. Petersburg, Russia

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Nevski Prospect, St Petersburg, Russia, 1895. Creator: Unknown

The Nevski Prospect, St Petersburg, Russia, 1895. Creator: Unknown
The Nevski Prospect, St Petersburg, Russia, 1895. Pedestrians on the main street in St Petersburg. From " Round the World in Pictures and Photographs

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia, 1895. Creator: Unknown

The Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia, 1895. Creator: Unknown
The Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia, 1895. The Alexander Column, erected in honour of Tsar Alexander I, and the Winter Palace, built in the Elizabethan Baroque style

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Last Moments of the Czar, (c1857). Creator: Herbert K Bourne

Last Moments of the Czar, (c1857). Creator: Herbert K Bourne
Last Moments of the Czar, (c1857). The death of Tsar Nicholas I of Russia (1796-1855), who died on 2 March 1855 at the Winter Palace in St Petersburg

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Lenin and Stalin Speaking to Red Guards in the Smolny, 1917, (1939). Creator: Pyotr Vasilyev

Lenin and Stalin Speaking to Red Guards in the Smolny, 1917, (1939). Creator: Pyotr Vasilyev
Lenin and Stalin Speaking to Red Guards in the Smolny, 1917, (1939). Russian communist revolutionaries Vladimir Ilich Lenin (1870-1924) and Joseph Stalin (1879-1953)

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Bolsheviks cover official buildings with their art, Petrograd (St Petersburg), Russia, 1918

The Bolsheviks cover official buildings with their art, Petrograd (St Petersburg), Russia, 1918

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Russian revolutionaries in Petrograd (St Petersburg), Russia, 1917

Russian revolutionaries in Petrograd (St Petersburg), Russia, 1917

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: German and Austrian prisoners being marched through the streets of Petrograd, 1915

German and Austrian prisoners being marched through the streets of Petrograd, 1915. From The Manchester Guardian History of the War, Vol. II. - 1914-15. [John Heywood Ltd, London, 1915]

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Monument to Lenin by Evseev, Shchuko, and Gelfrejh, St Petersburg, Russia, c1926

Monument to Lenin by Evseev, Shchuko, and Gelfrejh, St Petersburg, Russia, c1926
Monument to Lenin by Evseev, Scuko, and Gelfrejh, St Petersburg, Russia, c1926. From. by. [, London, .]

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Column Alexander, St. Peterssburg, c1900

The Column Alexander, St. Peterssburg, c1900

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Neva at St Petersburg, Russia, c1880

The Neva at St Petersburg, Russia, c1880. View showing ships and railway wagons on the quayside and St Isaacs Cathedral in the distance

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: View of Kronstadt, Russia, 1882-1884

View of Kronstadt, Russia, 1882-1884. The forts of Kronstadt protected the sea approaches to St Petersburg from the British and French fleets during the Crimean War

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The murder of Tsar Paul I of Russia, March 1801 (1882-1884)

The murder of Tsar Paul I of Russia, March 1801 (1882-1884). Paul I (1754-1801) became Emperor of Russia in 1796. He was determined to turn the Russian nobility, which he saw as decadent and corrupt

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Police discovering a nihilist printing press, St Petersburg, Russia, 1887

Police discovering a nihilist printing press, St Petersburg, Russia, 1887. A print from The Illustrated London News, 16th April 1887

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Baltic Railway Station, expulsion of Jews from St Petersburg, Russia, 1891. Artist: B Baruch

The Baltic Railway Station, expulsion of Jews from St Petersburg, Russia, 1891. Artist: B Baruch
The Baltic Railway Station, expulsion of Jews from St Petersburg, Russia, 1891. A print from The Illustrated London News, 20th June 1891

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: On a road near St Petersburg, Russia, 1882

On a road near St Petersburg, Russia, 1882. From the Illustrated London News (18 Febuary 1882)

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Kloster Smolnoi, near St Petersburg, Russia, c1840. Artist: Albert Henry Payne

Kloster Smolnoi, near St Petersburg, Russia, c1840. Artist: Albert Henry Payne
Kloster Smolnoi, near St Petersburg, Russia, c1840

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Nicholas I (1796-1855), Emperor of Russia, in his droshky, St Petersburg, 1853

Nicholas I (1796-1855), Emperor of Russia, in his droshky, St Petersburg, 1853. From the Illustrated London News (24 December 1853)

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: A court ball at the Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia, 1892

A court ball at the Winter Palace, St Petersburg, Russia, 1892

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Decembrist Revolt at the Senate Square on December 14, 1825, late 19th century

The Decembrist Revolt at the Senate Square on December 14, 1825, late 19th century. Artist: Dmitry Kardovsky
The Decembrist Revolt at the Senate Square on December 14, 1825, late 19th century. The Decembrist Revolt of 1825 was an uprising by army officers in St Petersburg against the succession of Tsar

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: View of the Michael Palace and the Connetable Square, St Petersburg, c1800

View of the Michael Palace and the Connetable Square, St Petersburg, c1800. Artist: Fyodor Yakovlevich Alexeev
View of the Michael Palace and the Connetable Square, St Petersburg, c1800. St Michaels Castle is a former imperial palace built for Tsar Paul I in 1797-1801

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Palace Park as Seen from the Gatchina Palace, 1790s. Artist: Johann Jakob Mettenleiter

Palace Park as Seen from the Gatchina Palace, 1790s. Artist: Johann Jakob Mettenleiter
Palace Park as Seen from the Gatchina Palace, 1790s. Gatchina Palace in St Petersburg was built between 1766 and 1781 for Count Grigori Grigoryevich Orlov, a favourite of Catherine the Great

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Menagerie in the Gatchina Palace Park, 1792. Artist: Johann Jakob Mettenleiter

The Menagerie in the Gatchina Palace Park, 1792. Artist: Johann Jakob Mettenleiter
The Menagerie in the Gatchina Palace Park, 1792. Gatchina Palace in St Petersburg was built between 1766 and 1781 for Count Grigori Grigoryevich Orlov, a favourite of Catherine the Great

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Atelier of the Artist Alexei Venetsianov in St Petersburg, 1827. Artist: Alexander Alexeyev

Atelier of the Artist Alexei Venetsianov in St Petersburg, 1827. Artist: Alexander Alexeyev
Atelier of the Artist Alexei Venetsianov in St Petersburg, 1827. Found in the collection of the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Interior of the Aviary in the Pavlovsk Palace, mid 19th century

Interior of the Aviary in the Pavlovsk Palace, mid 19th century. The Pavlovsk Palace was designed in the 1780s by Charles Cameron

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Interior of the Hermitage Theatre, St Petersburg, Russia

Interior of the Hermitage Theatre, St Petersburg, Russia. The theatre was built in the 1780s by order of Catherine the Great

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Grecian Hall, Pavlovsk Palace, St Petersburg, Russia

The Grecian Hall, Pavlovsk Palace, St Petersburg, Russia. The Pavlovsk Palace was designed in the 1780s by Charles Cameron

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Stock Exchange and Admiralty as seen from the Peter and Paul Fortress, St Petersburg, 1810

Stock Exchange and Admiralty as seen from the Peter and Paul Fortress, St Petersburg, 1810
Stock Exchange and Admiralty as seen from the Peter and Paul Fortress, St Petersburg, Russia, 1810. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre, St Petersburg, Russia, 1820s

The Imperial Bolshoi Kamenny Theatre, St Petersburg, Russia, 1820s. The theatre was built in 1818 after the previous building burned down in 1811

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Visit of Tsar Alexander I to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, 1821. Artist: Russian Master

Visit of Tsar Alexander I to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, 1821. Artist: Russian Master
Visit of Tsar Alexander I to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, 1821. Found in the collection of the State Museum of History, Moscow

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: St Isaacs Cathedral and Senate Square, St Petersburg, Russia, 1840s

St Isaacs Cathedral and Senate Square, St Petersburg, Russia, 1840s. Artist: Louis-Pierre-Alphonse Bichebois
St Isaacs Cathedral and Senate Square, St Petersburg, Russia, 1840s. Built between 1818 and 1858, St Isaacs Cathedral was the largest cathedral in Russia when it was completed

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: The Marble Palace and the Neva Embankment, St Petersburg, Russia, 1822

The Marble Palace and the Neva Embankment, St Petersburg, Russia, 1822. Built between 1768 and 1785, the Neoclassical Marble Palace was constructed for Count Grigori Orlov

Background imageRossiya Rep Collection: Railway station and French restaurant in Catharinhof, St Petersburg, Russia, 19th century

Railway station and French restaurant in Catharinhof, St Petersburg, Russia, 19th century. Found in the collection of the A Pushkin Memorial Museum, St Petersburg



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