Yusupov Palace

naberezhnaya Reki Moyki, 92, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 190000


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The Yusupovs, a very wealthy and important family in 19th-century St. Petersburg were landowners and had many properties in the region. Today this in-town palace is home to a good museum showing lifestyles of the early 20th century rich and famous. The basement was the haunting location of Rasputin's murder, and there is an exhibition outlining all the grisly details. The palace also has a small but glorious theater, where Rachmaninoff would perform in his day. Don’t miss the excellent gift shop. Indagare members can contact our bookings team to arrange for a private visit.

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