Monument to Peter the Great "The Bronze Horseman" (Senate Square, St. Petersburg): [photo album] / photo by V.N. Gulyakin. - Electronic graphic data (7 files: 31.6 MB). -Saint Petersburg, 2011. - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Presidential Library. The title is from the accompanying document. Photo information is provided by the author. The album includes 7 photos of the monument to Peter I at the Senate Square, St. Petersburg. Copying by users is not allowed. The bronze equestrian monument to Peter I was erected on Senate Square on August 7 (18), 1782, by the decree of Empress Catherine II. The basis of the pedestal of the monument was the megalith "Thunder-stone", brought from the village of Konnaya Lahta. The name "Bronze Horseman" was given to the monument due to Pushkin's poem of the same name. Sculptors: EM Falcone, M.-A. Collot, FG Gordeev. Architect: Yu. M. Felten Address: St. Petersburg, Senate Square. - The materials of the sites are used: "Academician" (URL: http://dic.academic.ru/dic.nsf/ruwiki/658203); "Around the world. Encyclopedia »(URL: http: //www.vokrugsveta.ru/encyclopedia/? Title = Copper-rider)
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