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Located between the Neva River and Palace Square, the Hermitage Museum complex consists of five buildings—Winter Palace, Large Hermitage, Small Hermitage, New Hermitage, and the Theatre of Catherine the Great. Celebrated architects from the 18th and 19th centuries designed each of the buildings. The most famous is the Winter Palace, designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli, which served as the residence of the Russian czars until 1917. Today, the buildings houses part of the Hermitage’s unique European, Russian, Impressionist and Modern, Roman, Greek, Islamic, and Egyptian collections.

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