Saw it only from the outside of course but the fine exteriour is well worth a look. Architectural style and colour reminding of St. Petersburg's palaces.
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This is the presidential palace of Ukraine. The palace and its gardens look absolutely wonderful with a touch of baroque style. However, the palace is close to the public for renovations for at least 2 more years. There's a lovely viewing terrace next to the...More
The palace harmonically matches the landscape of the Mariinski park. Unfortunately, reconstruction started in 2007 should be finished by the end of 2019 according to the information outside. Look around the palace and compare it with other buildings like Verkhovna Rada. Totally different styles and...More
If you want to take nice photos and have a good rest - visit it. You will be fascinated by this place, I promise. Do not forget your camera, guys. It is really worth seeing!
It is an official ceremonial residence of the President of Ukraine in Kyiv and adjoins the neo-classical building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine. It is a Baroque palace on the hilly bank of the Dnieper River. You can have a pleasant walk in the...More
Mariinsky Palace is one of the most beautiful palaces of Ukraine built in Baroque style in 1750-55th by architect B. Rastrelli. The palace served as a residence for russian tsars, for Generals of Kyiv Governorate, and nowadays - for the President of Ukraine serving for...More
Takes you back in time to stories of Doctor Zhivago and other Russian/Ukrainian dramas. A sight to see even if only from outside. And be sure to walk the adjoining park and overlook the Dneiper River at the Friendship Arch to see down to the...More
Mariyinski Palace was completely fenced off with construction equipment around it when I was in the neighborhood, July 2015. It can be glimpsed over the wood fence and will be an impressive building if what ever their doing ever gets done. Mariyinski Park is quite...More
An architectural gem which goes well back into Soviet times, when Russian leaders came here to relax...