Tsaritsyno Park is home to one of Moscow’s most stunning imperial estates. The grand main palace, which once belonged to Catherine the Great is one of the largest Neo-Gothic buildings in Europe. With grounds stretching as far as the eye can see, the famous Tsaritsyno ponds and various beautiful pavilions, pergolas and arbours dotted around palace, it is easy to understand why Tsaritsyno, meaning Tsarina’s, is a hot favourite with Russian couples for their wedding photos.
For those wanting to learn more about the history of the estate, the park also contains museums dedicated to art, history and architecture, a Russian orthodox temple known as the Source of Life” and various early Slavic burial mounds. An atrium set behind the palace holds regular open air concerts