Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches

Gomel, Belarus
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The land for the construction of the palace was granted to Empress Catherine II by Count Rumyantsev. At the end of the XVIII century, the work was completed. Style is neoclassicism. The palace was rebuilt, and new iconic objects appeared around. In 1934, it was bought by Count Paskevich. An extensive park was set up with him. In the 90s, the palace building was completely transferred to the museum. It is considered the main attraction of Gomel.
Palace of the Rumyantsevs and the Paskeviches
Address:пл. Леніна, 4, Гомель
Phone:+375 232 70-38-18
Hours:monday: Closed tuesday: 11:00–19:00 wednesday: 11:00–19:00 thursday: 11:00–19:00 friday: 11:00–19:00 saturday: 10:00–18:00 sunday: 10:00–18:00


A place not to miss. Beautifully restored interiors, 17 century palace museum. Guided tours.


A place to visit in all seasons. Nice palace situated in beautifully landscaped garden with its own streams, water bodies and overlooking the river. It was amazing to walk there in peak winter when the streams were frozen! The palace interiors are ov.. Read more »


The palace itself links this small city to the Great Imperial Russian time-line and was built by the same architects who has built in Russian capitals. Very few house items preserved, but you can feel the spirit.


One of the great park in Gomel . Had very nice walk though it was getting wet due to slight rain and cold . Our friend Ivan explained the history of the Palace.


Great authentic place in a Homel.


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