Tsarizino Manor, also known as the Ekaterina II Manor, is located in the southern suburb of Moscow, Russia, with a 116-hectare building, built in 1776. Visitors can enjoy the magnificent royal complex and the magnificent royal gardens.
Since 1860, many parks and villas have been built here. Many famous writers, such as Dostoevsky, Chutchev, Chekhov, and Pleseyev, have been here on vacation and recuperating. Great poet Buning met his wife here. In addition, Tchaikovsky, Dimirazev, and other famous people engaged in culture and science have lived here.
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The Queen's Village Park is also a very interesting place, this manor has received a lot of, the Queen's Village is also a very special good place, the atmosphere of this manor is also very interesting, come here to visit and play is also very good.
Tsaritsino Manor, originally a residence of Catherine II in Moscow, was dissatisfied with the completion of the construction. She wanted to demolish and recreate it, imitating the Palace of Ekaterina in St. Petersburg, but it has not yet been built. I passed away afterwards, so the exterior is so beautiful, but the interior is not finished, which is a pity.
A royal garden ordered by Empress Catherine II. The warm pink color of the buildings here resembles a princess’ paradise. The weather was fine on the day of the visit, and the sky was full of clouds and clouds, and there were scenes of gorgeous movements of beautiful clouds. Moscow has dozens of natural forest parks and the air is fresh and pleasant.
The weather is very good, and the buildings, ponds, flowers and trees in the manor are very beautiful against the blue sky and sunshine, which makes people feel refreshed! I used to read the travel notes and felt that this manor was not good, and I felt very immersive! The weather is too strong! Set off the royal garden more beautiful.