Pavilion "Optics"

  • Perhurovo, Russia
  • ave. World, 119VVTS structure 64, Moscow, Russia 
  • Pavilion "Optics", built in 1939, until 1963 was called "Leningrad and North-West."

    It was built by architect J. Levіnsona, which contributed to the development of the project architect I. Vіlnera.

    Pavilion in the style of Russian classicism and features simple architecture. White building looks majestic and elegant. It has a high central portion from which diverge two wings facing the square galleries, decorated with bas-reliefs and ornament.

    Behind the pavilion you can see a small garden, decorated with sculptures and vases. On the whole ensemble pavilion resembles a classical ensemble of St. Petersburg.
    • attractions
      • Parks and Gardens

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