Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches, Gomel

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See how former aristocrats in Gomel lived at Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches. Ivan Starov designed the Neoclassical palace for Field Marshal Pyotr Rumyantsev in the late 18th century. The palace features archaeological, ethnographic, and numismatic collections. Walk through the fully restored ground floor, and see living rooms and receiving halls. Notice the original paintings, sculptures, dukes' weapons, and personal items. Collections include icons and religious items, handwritten books, and books printed before the 18th century. The palace is a part of a larger historical complex that features a chapel, a burial vault, a winter garden, a watchtower, and a mid-19th-century park. Plan your visit to Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Gomel itinerary builder.
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  • A beautiful monument of architecture. Allows to touch history. Feel the atmosphere of that time.
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  • To Gomel we rode 3-4 hours. The road was hard but everything smooth Gomel. Pearl of Gomel, undoubtedly rumiantsevy-Paskevichi Palace. Beautiful velichestvinen, noble, as people once lived, and out here. Rated lower for the work of the Guide because it was plainly evident that people fulfilled the program and nothing more. Since the US was divided into 2 groups, we have determined that the second Guide worked with soul and told more and more interesting. Would like to see the tourists respect because we go to you and want to know about your attractions. A Palace worthy of the attention and time. Come and see!
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  • Beautifully and tastefully. Historical place. As I understand, this is the only place which has survived in the city from time immemorial. It is worth to visit.
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  • Worth a visit if you happen to be in Gomel. Besides an opportunity to visit the palace, you get to see some beautiful rooms, and a few nice icons as part of the collection. You can climb to the top floor of the bell tower which is filled with exhibitions. There is also an audio tour in English. Unfortunately quite a few pieces of art have disappeared from the palace during WWII.
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  • Restored after the destruction of the Palace, where a number of offices have lost their original meaning and tailored to the needs of the servants of the people. So in the dining room of the Princes Hall is arranged, where every meeting and signing documents. On the walls hang portraits of famous city dwellers. In the former the white living room staged a Chamber Hall, which hosts various concerts and events. Under the Museum's needs took Tower and a couple of premises in the left wing. Museum ticket worth 5 rubles, it includes cost bahill. When entering hand audioguide to which you can attach headphones with 3.5 mm jack. In the basement where the cashier is an interactive space in which using the Android apps you can see pictures and take pictures with them.
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  • Enjoy spending time here. Dating, partying with friends. A magical place. History, culture, and entertainment. All what you want! Very nicely here in summer. And if it comes up snow and winter here is very cool!
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