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... Nicholas is the patron saint for the navy) and a mass was taking place so just exited quietly. There was a lot of looting of the icons in the churches during the Revolution between 1942 to 1984.
The Mariinsky Theatre is very famous but the locals cannot afford to attend as the tickets are too expensive so only the tourist seem to attend.
There are so many museums here that it would take months to see them all.
We had a pit stop at a ...
... it was one big room. Mosaic paintings from the Bible adorned all the walls and the ceiling. It was awe inspiring, and I thought nicer than the spread out St Basil's. I finally found Christmas decorations for Willow and me. Then back in time to catch the taxi. Lovely young guy who put on some jazz for me. Train station small and crowded. Small, stern Russian women checked our passports on the train as border control. Mine had to ...
... It certainly makes a statement! We joined hundreds of other tourists to see the interior. The Ballroom was spectacular, with it's high ceilings, chandeliers, and unending gold leaf. We moved slowly through many other rooms, including the famous amber room, which is a new version installed in 2004 at a cost of eleven million dollars.
The original amber room was a gift from the King of Prussia to Peter the Great in ...
... such people as Peter the Great, Catherine I, Catherine II, and the last czar and his family. We also got a chance to see a few other great places like the Church of the Savior on the Spilled Blood and St. Issacs. Both were very cool, but closed. Tomorrow is a free day but we have a few excursions planned, namely the Peterhof Palace. I don't know that I'll ever get tired of seeing such amazing ...
... of the Czars. It is now connected to 4 other buildings. In the 1800's some of the buildings were opened up as museums. The Czars and their families were amazing collectors of art from all over the world. The Hermitage is like the Louvre but on steriods! The buildings themselves are amazing with gold statutes everywhere and amazing wood floors. The entire museum has a collection of 3 million pieces!!! only 5% are on display and they are from all the corners of the ...