Moscow Kremlin State Museum-Preserve of History and Culture. - Moscow: Art-Courier, 2001

InsideThe perfectly illustrated edition is dedicated to one of the most remarkable and rarest monuments of Moscow mid XVII century's civil architecture - the Patriarch's Palace, which was erected in 1653-1655 by Russian makers on Patriarch Nikon's order on the place of more ancient constructions of the Metropolitan and later Patriarch's Estate in the Moscow Kremlin. Having been restored to its original form, the Palace houses nowadays ceremonial halls, the home church and private Patriarch's quarters and an exposition presenting specific features of the Russian XVII century culture.