The monument to Peter I (Peterhof, St. Petersburg)

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Gulyakin, Valery Nikolayevich (photographer, 1959-).    
Monument to Peter the Great (Peterhof, St. Petersburg): [photo album] / photo by V.N. Gulyakin. - Electronic graphic data (4 files: 12.2 MB). -Saint Petersburg, 2013. -
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The album includes 4 photos of the monument to Peter the Great in Peterhof , St. Petersburg.
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The monument to Peter the Great in the Lower Park of Peterhof at the intersection of the Monplaisir Alley and the Marlinsky Prospect was opened on May 8, 1884. The author of the project sculptor M. Antokolsky in 1872 created a plaster sculpture of Peter for the Polytechnic exhibition in Moscow, after which the sculpture was used as a model for monuments to Peter the Great cast in bronze. The original of the gypsum sculpture of Peter I by M. Antokolsky is in the Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts. It is considered the canonical depiction of Peter the Great. During the Great Patriotic War the monument was lost. It was rebuilt in 1954 and re-installed on the preserved pedestal in the Lower Park of Peterhof in February 1957. Address: St. Petersburg, Peterhof, Lower Park. - The materials of the site were used: "Exciting trip" (URL: http://stirringtrip.com/sankt-peterburg/dostoprimechatelnosti/pamyatnik_... .
1. Peter I (Russian Emperor, 1672-1725) - Monuments - Photo Albums. 2. "Peterhof", the State Museum-Reserve (St. Petersburg, city) - Photo Albums. 3. House of the Romanovs (collection). 4. Power (collection). 5. Territory (collection). 6. Territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, city (collection). 7. Russia in the faces (collection). 8. Documentary photographs.
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