Pavlovsk Park near Kolpino, Russia is the gardens and land surrounding an 18th-century residence known as Pavlosk Palace.
Near Saint Petersburg, the Pavlosk Park and Palace attract visitors from around the globe because this partucular location was conceived and designed by a well-known Scottish architect, Charles Cameron. Cameron's inspiration comes from the gardens designed by Maria Feodorovna and her husband. Feodorovna's love of botany led to Cameron's design of beautiful flower gardens.
However, Feodorovna's style isn't Cameron's only inspiration. Many different styles grace the land of this gorgeous palace and park grounds. There are also Italian and Dutch styles seen in Pavolsk Park.Places nearby:
Tsarskoye Selo Catherine Park: A Beautiful Park Immersed in Russian Glory 3 km / 2 mi
Tsarskoye Selo, Catherine Palace: A Palace That Looks Like One from Disneyland 3 km / 2 mi
Faberge Museum: Priceless Easter Eggs 27 km / 16 mi
Peter and Paul Fortress A Prison and Execution Ground 29 km / 18 mi
The Russian Cruiser Aurora: The Museum Ship of Saint Petersburg 29 km / 18 mi