The place and palace are beautiful.. the park is huge and well maintained. The palace itself immediately reminds you of the series about Catherine II. Don't forget to see it all with our own eyes. Cons, guide and group formation system. I know, the girls are tired of the monotony, but I've been a thousand miles away, so please tell me about it so that I can open my mouth and listen, not like the tired seven-lamp cockroaches.
In 1714, Peter the Great spent 3500 Taylor (a silver coin that played an important role in European currency circulation and international trade in the 16th to 19th centuries). He bought a part of her summer land from Дрентельн’s widow and turned this land into State property. The original house on this land was refurbished and became the residence of the czar, and it is now the famous "Peter's Cottage". This simple house is very suitable for overnight rest and is convenient for enjoying the picturesque surroundings. However, due to its small size and simple decoration, the house does not meet its purpose. So later Peter the Great ordered the construction of Kadriorg Palace.
St. Petersburg back then was still a huge swamp. The original builders could only sleep in simple tents. Needless to say, the conditions were so simple, but no one thought that the weather in St. Petersburg was changing so rapidly that people Unable to prevent it, thousands of people were lost in a violent cold current attack! Peter I decided to build a traditional Russian wooden cabin by himself as a sample of people's accommodation. He led his guards, cut logs, and built the hut we see now in a few days. Peter's cottage is really small, too small to attract people's attention at all, let alone think of the greatest emperor in Russian history, Peter I the Great, once lived here.
It is said that from May 24, 1703, the construction was completed in only three days. Peter the Great’s Cabin Museum is a log cabin built by Peter the Great to direct the construction of the Peterborough Fortress in St. Petersburg.
Must go, it feels much more beautiful than the Palace of Versailles, you may not be able to finish it in a few days, you can only go to the large fountain area on the main axis, it is very beautiful.