Angle View of Pashkov House in Spring Twilight
Angle view from metro station Borovitskaya on the rising above the city Pyotr Pashkov’s house in the twilight of a nice and warm spring evening. Located right in the center of the capital, Pashkovs house is one of Moscow’s most beautiful mansions. It was built in 1786 just opposite the Borovitskaya Kremlin Tower mansions. This building is one of the most significant architectural landmarks of the 18th century, a masterpiece of the epoch of classicism. It used to be home to the Rumyantsev Museum—Moscow's first public museum—in the 19th century. The palace's current owner is the Russian State Library.
Photo #549 taken on May 03, 2018
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