Oranienbaum Serif font is a high-contrast Antiqua typeface designed by Oleg Pospelov, and it has one regular style. It supports massive language support and brings an outstanding look to your all designs.
This typeface is suitable for any headlines and titles, product titling, articles, store/shop names, daily reports, quotes, contents, and many other related places. It can be used on PC, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android.
There are several alternatives to this font, which are:
Prata is an open sans serif font that is inspired by the lettering of the Russian and German letters Pr and Rt. It has a very modern feel to it and looks great in headlines.
Suralina is a modern serif font with a geometric style that comes in two weights: Regular and Bold. This font was designed by Vladimir Omelyan, who was also the designer behind Sansera Font. The bold version of this font has been used on many websites, including those of Nike and Toyota, so if you’re looking for a strong and stylish typeface, Suranna is your best choice.
Trebuchet is an old-style sans serif font that was originally created by Mark van Bronkhorst in 2001. It has since been updated several times with new versions released every year or so by Google. Trebuchet’s most notable feature is its lack of serifs – only small swashes at the bottom of each letter give it some visual interest, but it still looks great even without them.