Chateau de Chambord, France (by wanderingYew2) (All things Europe)
Chateau de Chambord, France (by wanderingYew2), a post from the blog All things Europe on Bloglovin’
Ostankino Palace is a former summer residence and private opera theater of Sheremetev family, originally situated several kilometres to the north from Moscow but now a part of the North-Eastern Administrative Okrug of Moscow. Extant historical Ostankino includes the main wooden palace, built in 1792-1798 around a theater hall, with adjacent Egyptian and Italian pavilions, a 17th-century Trinity church, and fragments of the old Ostankino park with a replica of Milovzor folly. Ostankino Palace is third-largest wooden building in the world..
Ostankino Palace was formerly the Sheremetev family's summer residence and private opera theatre near Moscow
The Irish State Coach at the Royal Mews, London
09-27-11 The Irish State Coach is an enclosed, four-horse-drawn carriage used by the British Royal Family. It is the traditional horse-drawn coach in which the British monarch travels from Buckingham Palace to the Palace of Westminster to formally open the new legislative session of the UK Parliament. The original Irish State Coach was built in 1851 by the Lord Mayor of Dublin. It was extensively damaged by fire in 1911, and completely restored in 1989 by the Royal Mews carriage…