Plan of the Wilanów Palace (Pałac w Wilanowie) in Warsaw. Completed in 1696, it is one of Poland's most important monuments, often referred to as the "Polish Versailles" for its Baroque opulence and celebrated beauty. It was built to the orders of King John III Sobieski, and characterizes the entre cour et jardin style of a simple country residence tucked neatly between a formal courtyard and a geometric garden.
The Stroganov Palace is a Late Baroque palace at the intersection of the Moika River and Nevsky Prospect in St. Petersburg, Russia. The palace was built to Bartolomeo Rastrelli's designs for Baron Sergei Grigoriyevich Stroganov in 1753-1754. The interiors were remodeled by Andrei Voronikhin at the turn of the 19th century.
Grand Dining Room, or Corner Parlor of the Stroganov Palace. Saint Petersburg, former home of the Counts Stroganov.