Faceted Chamber (Granovitaya Palata), Moscow

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  • The name Palace of facets is due to hammering of stones on the façade (type Church of Gesù nuovo in Naples) is one of the oldest buildings in Moscow, official ceremonies were held here as the coronation of the tsars.
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  • My friends and I recently visited Granovituju House, for me this is the place in the Kremlin are absolutely sacred and mystical. Can't believe that such beauty was born and developed power, with all its angels and demons, mystery and reality. Nothing has changed in Russia since. But to understand Russia, though not much, visit Granovituju.
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  • Long wanted to get here, and that's failed. Though and had to stand in line, but still a history-it's worth it. Is considered to be the oldest stone buildings in the capital. This rather unusual name Chamber received thanks to its eastern façade, which was trimmed with faceted stone rustication.
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  • Palace of the Facets Грановитая Палата Palace of Facets. Solomonic columns around the windows were added in 1684 General information Architectural style Italian Renaissance Current tenants Russian presidential administration Construction started 1487 Completed 1492 Design and construction Architect Marco Ruffo & Pietro Solario The Palace of the Facets (Russian: Грановитая Палата, Granovitaya Palata) is a building in the Moscow Kremlin, Russia, which contains what used to be the main banquet reception hall of the Muscovite Tsars. It is the oldest preserved secular building in Moscow. Located on Kremlin Cathedral Square, between the Cathedral of the Annunciation and the Dormition Cathedral. Currently, it is an official ceremonial hall in the residence of the President of the Russian Federation and thus admission is limited to prearranged tours only.
  • Granovituju House as a throne room for receptions began to build in the year 1487 Italian master Marco Fryazin, and finished the year 1491 Lombard architect Pietro Antonio Solari. The building was built of brick. Foster Hall as a odnostolpnoj of the House, with four cross vaults, is situated on a high basement. From the West to it adjoin ceremonial canopy to which Saints on the South side of an outdoor stone staircase leads-red porch. For two centuries, the Palace of facets area 495 sq.m. remained the biggest Hall in Russian architecture. The Chamber named Royal due to the lining of the main Eastern façade overlooking the Cathedral square. White stone blocks that make up the liner, otjosany on four sides. Completed Palace of facets high saddle gilded roof. The current low trjohskatnoe coating Chamber has received in the 19th century. During the construction of the Grand Kremlin Palace in 1838-1849 years Granovituju House was included in a new complex of palace buildings and through the Holy vestibule was connected with Vladimir Hall. Currently, the Palace of facets is one of the Executive rooms in the residence of the President of the Russian Federation.
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  • Very beautiful building. large construction details to admire. It is one of the beautiful buildings surrounding the Plaza of the cathedrals.
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  • Civilized beauty appearance
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  • Great architecture entrance.
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