Mariinsky Palace, otherwise called Marie Palace was the last Neoclassical royal castle to be developed in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It was worked in the vicinity of 1839 and 1844 to an outline by the court modeler Andrei Stackensneider. The castle remains on the south side of St Isaac's Square, right over the 99 expansive Blue Bridge from Saint Isaac's Cathedral. In the eighteenth century, the plot had a place with Zakhar Tchernyshov and contained his house 1762-68, which was once in a while let to Prince of Conde and other outside worthies going by the Russian capital. In 1825-39, the Tchernyshov chateau housed a military school, where Mikhail Lermontov contemplated for a long time.
Stackensneider's royal residence was brought about by Emperor Nicholas I as a present to his little girl Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia on the event of her marriage to Maximilian, Duke of Leuchtenberg, Eugene de Beauharnais' child. Despite the fact that the rosy dark colored exterior is intricately rusticated and includes Corinthian sections planned in a conventional Neoclassical mode, the entire plan was propelled by the seventeenth century French Baroque messuages. Other diverse impacts are clear in the Renaissance points of interest of outside ornamentation and in the inside adornment, with every primary room composed in an alternate notable style.