Palace in Arkhangelskoye.
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Down to the middle of the eighteenth century only timber was used in St. Petersburg for bridges and embankments. In the 1720s, it is true, Peter I did have a masonry embankment-the city's first-built around a small boat basin in the Summer Gardens, next to the Summer Palace and the Fontanka.
The Kyje State Historical and Architectural Museum — A Bird's — Eye — View of the Island.
The Kyje State Historical and Architectural Museum — A General View of the Island.
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