Originally built in the 18th century for a "favorite companion" of Peter the Great, a recently restored, 39,000 square foot palace on the English Embankment in St. Petersburg is for sale for an undisclosed amount. Interior spaces include an Armoury Gallery, the Hunting Room, the White Hall, and the Knights Hall, which were until recently used as bank offices.
In other news, an entrepreneur plans to launch his startup from a tent in the woods, and check out cities cut from single sheets of paper. See the headlines after the jump.
• This Epic St. Petersburg Palace Carries Unknown Price Tag | Curbed
• Homeless-By-Choice Entrepreneur Is Launching His Startup From The Woods | Co.Exist
• Artist Creates Incredible Pop-Up Cities Cut From Single Sheets Of Paper | Architizer
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