Now, you are invited for a 3.5-hour tour devoted to the Yusupov Palace to see both the palace interiors, and an exhibition dedicated to Rasputin, the mysterious and contradictory personality in our history.
The palace belonged to the Yusupovs (hence its name), one of the wealthiest Russian noble families, and today it is often called “Noble Nest”. The building witnessed the famous Russian drama. Gregory Rasputin, the bosom friend of the last Romanovs, was assassinated there. But we should stop then… To be continued. Inside the palace.