Museum of ethnography

Among the many architectural monuments located on Nevsky Prospect, there is Princes Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace, which is one of the most notable. It was built in 1848 by A.I. Shtakenshneider, a famous architect of Nicholas I era.

The first owners of the palace were representatives of the ancient princely Beloselsky-Belozersky family, originating from Vladimir Monomakh. Many of them were soldiers, diplomats, occupied important positions at the royal court. Receptions held by the princes in their palace on Nevsky Prospect, were famous by their scope and luxury.

Grand halls on the second floor have original interiors. Oak Hall was the former library and currently is used as a small concert hall. There is also Art Gallery, Grand dining room, Beige, Crimson and Golden living rooms. Mirror (Ballroom) Hall has excellent acoustics, since it was originally intended for the concerts and is still used as such.

Address: 4/1, Inzhenernaya Str.

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