Monument-bust "Peter I the founder of the Russian fleet" (Krestovsky Island, St. Petersburg)

Gulyakin, Valery Nikolayevich (photographer, 1959-).    
Monument-bust "Peter I the founder of the Russian fleet" (Krestovsky Island, St. Petersburg): [album of photographs] / photo VN Gulyakina. - Electronic graphic data (4 files: 37.8 MB). -Saint Petersburg, 2016. -
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The album includes 4 photos of the bust monument to Peter I on Krestovsky Island, St. Petersburg.
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On the territory of the St. Petersburg River Yacht Club on May 30, 1873 in honor of the 200th anniversary of his birth was discovered a monument-bust to Peter the Great - the founder fleet of Russia and the ancestor of domestic sailing. The work of the caster AN Sokolov is a simplified copy of the sculptural portrait of Peter I, made in 1767 by M.-A. Kollo for the Bronze Horseman. The monument was dismantled in 1983 in connection with the construction of a new yacht club building. In 1989, on the initiative of the public, a copy of the bust of Peter the Great was cast in bronze, according to the design of architect E.I. Travnikov, a new pedestal was made in the form of a granite column with the inscription "Peter I to the founder of the Russian Fleet". The monument was unveiled on May 27, 1989. Address: St. Petersburg, Krestovsky Island, nab. Martynova, 92. - Materials of the site "The Institute of Peter the Great" (URL: .
1. Peter I (Russian Emperor, 1672-1725) - Monuments - Photo Albums. 2. House of the Romanovs (collection). 3. Power (collection). 4. Territory (collection). 5. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 6. Russia in the faces (collection). 7. Krestovsky Island (St. Petersburg, city) - Photo Albums. 8. Documentary photographs.
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