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... we wandered to Palace Square, where we'd seen a sound check on a large stage earlier. Palace Square is the open plaza in front of the Hermitage museum. It turns out there was a large hip hop concert and at 9 or so. The square was packed with teens and a few older adults (ahem). Seems it was a political party sponsored event. The sound was good and the large video screens and camera on a rotating boom added to the ambiance. It was funny ...
... attempted in Russia. However, during the second half of his reign Alexander II grew wary of the dangers of his system of reforms, having only barely survived a series of attempts on his life, including an explosion in the Winter Palace and the derailment of a train. Alexander II was finally assassinated in 1881 by a group of revolutionaries, who threw a bomb at his royal carriage.
The decision was taken to build a church on the spot where the Emperor was ...
... another bloody church!!) but nonetheless appreciated the skill and craftsmanship to preserve the wonderful history of these buildings.
Back on the bus again and to Peter and Paul’s Fortress – once again really spectacular but I think by this time the two very full on days we’d had were starting to take their toll and we were thinking how good it would be to get back to the ship. And that was fine as that was where we were ...
... to pay for the train or to go by ferry, so it was good to save a bit of money that way. We got back into the city around 3pm and went for a late lunch at a nice place called Pepper Moon. We didn’t waste any time after we finished eating and hopped on the metro to get back into the city center. The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood was a sight that all of us wanted to see, but hadn’t managed to ...
... start to the day it was going to be ***********tinue on such a positive note, however we chose to see what was ranked number one on the tripadvisor (travel site) website, The Hermitage. This was originally a residence of the Russian Tsars and Emperors, when St. Petersburg was the capital of Russia. Once Russia's civil war ended in 1922 and there were no more emperors or Tsars the Hermitage was given to the state as a museum which now houses over three million pieces of art ...