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Konstantin Thon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Early life. Konstantin, born in St. Petersburg to the family of a German jeweller, was one of three Thon brothers who all rose to become notable architects.

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Konstantin Thon (1794 - 1881) | Structurae

Konstantin Thon (*1794 †1881) - biography, list of built works, bibliography, references, relevant literature and links and other details about this person.

Konstantin Thon - Vikipedio

Konstantin Andrejeviĉ THON (ruse Константи́н Андре́евич Тон) naskiĝis la 6-an de novembro n.s.1794 en Sankt Peterburgo, mortis la 6-an de ...

Konstantin Thon - Freebase

Konstantin Andreyevich Thon, also spelled Ton was an official architect of Imperial Russia during the reign of Nicholas I. His major works include the Cathedral of ...

Konstantin Thon - 19th Century - Russian Architects ...

Konstantin Thon - 19th Century - Russian Architects - Biographies - Architect, founder of the Russo-Byzantine style. Born in St Petersburg in the family of a German ...


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Konstantin Andreyevich Thon; Konstantin Thon, 1820s

Konstantin Thon - Wikidata

Konstantin Ton; Konstantin Andreyevich Ton; Konstantin Andreevich Ton; Konstantin Andrejewitsch Thon