Monument to Peter the Great "The Carpenter" (Admiralteyskaya Embankment, St. Petersburg)

Gulyakin, Valery Nikolayevich (photographer, 1959-).    
Monument to Peter the Great "The Carpenter" (Admiralteyskaya Embankment, St. Petersburg): [photo album] / photo by V.N. Gulyakin. - Electronic graphic data (3 files: 4.9 MB). -Saint Petersburg, 2011. -
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The album includes 3 photos of the monument to Peter the Great "Tsar "The carpenter" at the Admiralty Embankment, St. Petersburg.
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The monument to Peter the Great "The Carpenter" (or "Peter the Great is trained in the city of Saardame in Holland ship's work in 1697") by sculptor L A. Bernshtam. Opened on June 14 (27), 1910, was installed at the Admiralty embankment near the western pavilion of the Admiralty. In 1911, a copy of the monument "Tsar-carpenter" was installed in Saardam (the Netherlands). In Russia, the monument was dismantled in January 1919. In 1996, a copy of the monument "The Carpenter", made from a copy in Saardam, was donated to the city of St. Petersburg by the Government of the Netherlands and installed also on the Admiralty embankment, but closer to the eastern pavilion. The monument was reopened on September 7, 1996, the pedestal - the architect FK Romanovsky, the artist IG Uralov. Address: St. Petersburg, Admiralteiskaya nab., D. 6. - Materials used on the site: Wikipedia. The article "The Carpenter King" (URL: Carpenter) .
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. Admiralteiskaya Embankment (St. Petersburg, city) - Photo Albums. 8. Documentary photographs.
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