Pavlovsk Park is an outstanding work of landscape art of late XVIII century and the first quarter of the XIX century. Pavlovsk Park is not only the largest park in Russia, but also in Europe, with an area of 543 hectares. The main feature of the Pavlovsk Park, as well as Pavlovsk itself is that it had only one owner throughout almost a half of a century – Empress Maria FeodorovnaPark’s planning was designed by the world-famous masters of the landscape construction – C. Cameron, V. Brenna, P. Gonzaga. To highlight the unique image of Pavlovsk, the sponsors of the park have developed the certain criteria of landscape architecture: the maximum using of the land relief natural features, the necessary deforestation in accordance with the design of the architect, planting trees and shrubs according to their biological characteristics and aesthetic perception.The separate buildings are also worth to be seen: pavilions, promenades, gardens, arbours, ponds. Among the most interesting are: Pavilion of the Three Graces, the Russian pavilion, volery or aviary, labyrinth, Air Theatre and others.