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Annenhof was the name of two separate Imperial palaces in Moscow in Russia, known as the Annenhof Winter Palace and Annenhof Summer Palace, both of them designed by Bartolomeo Rastrelli and built in 1730-1731 on the order of Empress Anna of Russia.[1] They served as the residence of Anna and her court, as Anna preferred Moscow to Saint Petersburg.

The residence is also known as the Golovin Palace, after its first owner, Count Fyodor Golovin, the first Chancellor of the Russian Empire. After his death Empress Anna commissioned Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli to replace the Golovin Palace with a Baroque residence known as Annenhof. This was Anna's preferred residence. It consisted of two wooden two-storey buildings, the Summer Palace and the Winter Palace.

Annenhof was abandoned after a fire in 1746. Catherine II, who found both edifices rather old-fashioned and dilapidated, ordered their demolition in the 1760s and replaced it with the Catherine Palace (Moscow).


  1. ^ Евангулова О. С. Московская архитектура и ее создатели (первая половина XVIII века). — Москва: Прогресс-Традиция, 2014. — ISBN 978-5-89826-428-4.

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