Pushkin was founded in 1710 as an imperial country residence named Tsarskoye Selo (Royal Village) 24 kilometers away from the centre of Saint Petersburg. In 1808 it has received status of a town. Now Pushkin is a major tourist destination; the town contains a memorial estate of the 18th century which includes the Catherine Palace and Park, Alexander Palace and other historical buildings and attractions.
In this post we would like to share some wonderful photos (including ones taken by a drone) of Pushkin in the Autumn time made by Dmitry Trunov.
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Photos: Dmitry Trunov