Monday, 24 October 2016
Plan c1900 of the Freylinsky Corridor on the 3rd Floor of the Winter Palace
The Freylinsky (Ladies-In-Waiting) Corridor in the Winter Palace was a ‘maze’ of apartments as described by the ladies in their memoirs, diaries and letters.
The plan below shows the layout of the corridor c1900 and today. The rooms were renovated in the 1930s by the architect Sivkov for exhibition space.
(clique on plan to enlarge)
368-376 Apartments (governesses, dressmakers)
Rooms 334 to 349 Freylinsky Corridor (Ladies-in-Waiting)
Corridor of 10 Apartments c1896
Frau M. Geringer 19 to 21
E. Schneider 18
350 Alexandra Zhukovsky (Grand Duke Alexei A.’s love)
341 & 346 Former bathroom/toilet
315 to 332 Servant Rooms
Archives of the Ministry of the Imperial Court
Senior Livery Offices