On November 15 of 2019, an official ceremony took place of special cancellation of a stamp dedicated to the Andreevsky hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace

The event was attended by Oleg Dukhovnitskii, the Head of the Federal Communications Agency; lieutenant-general Sergey Khlebnikov, the Governor of the Moscow Kremlin; and Vladimir Nikonov, the author of the postal miniature picture, the People’s Artist of the Russian Federation.

The Grand Kremlin Palace is one of the Moscow Kremlin palaces. It was constructed in 1838−1849 by order of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. The palace was opened and consecrated on April 3 of 1849 in front of Emperor Nicholas I and members of his family.

Quantity of pictorial stamps: 156,000. It is the first stamp emission in the Grand Kremlin Palace series.


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