Mikhaylovsky Palace

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Michael (Mikhaylovsky) Palace may refer to one of the following palaces in St. Petersburg, Russia:

  • Saint Michael's Castle, constructed in 1797–1801 as a residence for Emperor Paul I
  • Old Michael Palace, constructed in 1819–1825, a Neoclassical palace of Grand Duke Michael Pavlovich of Russia, designed by Carlo Rossi, currently housing the State Russian Museum since 1895
  • New Michael Palace, constructed in 1857–1861, also known as New Michael Place, an eclectic palace on the Palace Embankment, designed by Andrei Shtakenschneider for Grand Duke Mikhail Nikolayevich of Russia