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The Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg was founded to preserve, study, and promote Russia's cultural heritage as well as to develop the city's extensive network of museums. The museum's collection contains the world's largest collection of works by...more
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There isn't much to say about this museum, except WOW! I was blown away with every item displayed and it showed off some of the most incredible skills Faberge had. The museum itself has been refurbished back to its former glory and each room has...More
Like many others we had an hour to spare on our last day so arrived at opening time and had the exhibition virtually to ourselves. Very good overview of the Fabergé output. Lighting of paintings is unique and superb.
The Faberge Museum is one such place, every visitor needs to experience when in St Petersburg, it is pure elegances, decadence and shimmering beauty. Singularly the largest collection of Fabergé work from ornaments through to exquisite jewellery. Even if you are not overly motivated by...More
If you are into decadence - jewelry, silver, gold wear,.. this is the place for you. It only reinforced for me how right the people were to rebel against the Tsarist regime.
Even so the workmanship was exquisite.
What a delightful surprise.
After climbing the grand staircase the displays are simply astounding and fantastic to see.
The history and skills of the artifacts are breath taking.
The museum has 3D’s in their website to give some insight but seeing the collection of art...More
Nothing can prepare you for the excellence of the workmanship that has gone into all the pieces on display at this relatively new museum. It is beyond description. Make sure you dip into the boxes of guide books in the rooms - and once you...More