Petrodvorets. Monplaisir

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Petrodvorets. Monplaisir [Izomaterial: electronic resource] = Petrodvorets. The Monplaisir Complex: [set of postcards] / photographers V. Melnikov, V. Stukalov; composer V. Znamenov; design of D. Plaksin. - Electronic data (28 files: 39.1 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). -
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On the inside cover of the list of cards included in the kit... On the reverse sides of postcards - descriptions in Russian and English.
Electronic reproduction of a set of cards: Petrodvorets. Monplaisir [IsoMaterial] = Petrodvorets. The Monplaisir Complex / photographers V. Melnikov, V. Stukalov; composer V. Znamenov; design of D. Plaksin. Leningrad: publishing house "Aurora", 1978 (LTPO "Printing yard"). 13 postcards in the cover: color offset. No. 3080. 44 kop. Circulation of 75 000 copies. Location: Children's Memorial Museum, St. Petersburg.
Contains postcards: Monplaisir Palace. Southern facade; The Monplaisir Palace. Eastern gallery; The Monplaisir Palace. Lacquer cabinet; The Monplaisir Palace. Hall ; The Monplaisir Palace. Maritime office; The Monplaisir Palace. Kitchen ; The balustrade of the Monplaisir Palace; The bathhouse of the Monplaisir Palace; Fountain "Bell" Sculpture "Faun with a Kid"; Fountain "The Bell". Sculpture "Psyche with a butterfly"; Fountain "Sheaf"; Chinese garden near the palace "Monplaisir"; Lower park. Monplaisir Alley.
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I. Melnikov, V. (photographer). II. Stukalov, V. (photographer). III. Znamenov, Vadim Valentinovich (1936-). IV. Plaksin, David Moiseevich (1957-). V. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg) .1. "Peterhof", the State Museum-Reserve (St. Petersburg, the city). Monplaisir - Complete sets of postcards. 2. Postcards in the Presidential Library fund (collection). 3. Territory (collection). 4. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 5. Documentary cards - USSR - 1945-1991.
BBC 63.3 (2-2SPB) 633a611
E-copy source: PB
Original storage: Children's postcard museum
Publisher издательство «Аврора»
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