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Neoclassical architecture in Russia

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Neoclassicism in Russia

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Architect celebrated at exhibition to mark 1812 Moscow burning

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Neoclassical in Novosibirsk

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【4K】Drone Footage | Irkutsk & Ulan-Ude - Siberia is Russia 2019 .: Cinematic Aerial | Россия Иркутск

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Горки Ленинские / Lenin Hills 1950

The neoclassical architecture in Russia grew in the second half of 18th century especially after the accession to the throne of Catherine the Great that on June 28, 1762 became Empress of Russia. The neoclassical architecture developed in many Russian cities, the first of St. Petersburg that during the reign of Catherine II was transformed into a modern capital.
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  • Origin of the style 

  • The 1770s: new impulses 

  • The 1780s: Giacomo Quarenghi 

  • The period of Paul I (1796–1801) 

  • Bibliography