Tsarskoye Selo , "Tsar's Village") was the town containing a former Russian residence of the imperial family and visiting nobility, located 24 kilometers (15 mi) south from the center of Saint Petersburg. The residence now forms part of the town of Pushkin.
The Imperial Lyceum in Tsarskoye Selo near Saint Petersburg, also known historically as the Imperial Alexander Lyceum after its founder Tsar Alexander I, was an educational institution which was founded in 1811 with the object of educating youths of the best families who would afterwards occupy important posts in the Imperial service. Its regulations were published on 11 January 1811, but they had received the Imperial sanction on 12 August 1810, when the four-story "new" wing of the Great Palace was appointed for its accommodation, with special premises for a hospital, a kitchen and other domestic requirements, as well as a residence for the administrative staff.
St Petersburg-Vitebsky is a railway station in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Formerly known as St Petersburg-Tsarskoselsky station, it was the first railway station to be built in Saint Petersburg and the whole of the Russian Empire.
The Tsarskoye Selo Railway was the first public railway line in the Russian Empire. It ran for 27 km from Saint Petersburg to Pavlovsk through the nearby (4 km) Tsarskoye Selo.
Tsarskoselskaya Art Award is a Russian award, given for creative contribution to the development of Russian culture and art and the strengthening of international cultural relations. In the list of the founders: National Pushkin Museum, philanthropist Boris Blotner, poet and musician Alexander Dolsky, writer Viktor Krivulin, composer Sergey Kuryokhin, film director Alexander Sokurov.
Tsarskoselsky Uyezd was one of the subdivisions of the Saint Petersburg Governorate of the Russian Empire. It was situated in the central part of the governorate.