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Sankt Peterburg Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 137 pictures in our Sankt Peterburg collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tsar Nicholas II speaking at the opening of the first Duma, St Petersburg, Russia, 27 April 1906 Featured Print

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, was established as a result of the Russian Revolution of 1905. Tsar Nicholas II (1868-1918), who opened the Duma, was determined to retain his autocratic power over the government of Russia however. Shortly before the Duma opened, he passed the Fundamental Laws, which stated that the Tsar's ministers could not be appointed by and were not responsible to the Duma. Increasing tension between the Duma's members and Nicholas's ministers led to the assembly being dissolved within ten weeks of its opening. Found in the collection of the State Central Museum of Contemporary History of Russia, Moscow

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The murder of Tsar Paul I of Russia, March 1801 (1882-1884) Featured Print

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, into a form of chivalric order, and dismissed and banished from court anyone who did not share his vision. This, together with his passing of reforms to improve the lot of the peasantry, brought Paul into conflict with much of the nobility and a plot was hatched to assassinate him. He was murdered in his bedroom at St Michael's Castle in St Petersburg by a group of dismissed army officers on the night of 23rd March 1801. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume IV, F Roy editor, A Challamel, Saint-Antoine, 1882-1884

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Interior of the Aviary in the Pavlovsk Palace, mid 19th century Featured Print

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, a Scottish architect who carved out an illustrious career at the court of Catherine the Great of Russia. It was built for Catherine's son and heir, Paul I, and his wife, Maria Feodorovna. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum Pavlovsk Palace, St Petersburg

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