The Kadriorg Palace in Estonian: Kadrioru loss, in German: Catherinethal is a baroque palace petrino built for Catherine I of Russia by Peter the great in Tallinn, Estonia. So the name estonian as the German name of the palace means "Valley of Catherine". it was built after the great northern war with projects made by Nicola Michetti, Gaetano Chiaveri and Mikhail Zemtsov. The Palace houses currently the museum of art of Kadriorg, a subsidiary of the art museum of Estonia, displaying the art of the sixteenth centuries foreign to xx. The Museum Kumu, which shows the estonian art of the eighteenth century, is located in the same park that the palace Kadriog.