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last day in Russia... quite sad really. it has been such an amazing country to visit!
for our final day we decided to do the Hermitage.
As previously mentioned its a whopping big museum smack in the heart of St Petersburg. (the cultural centre of Russia).
allow at least 5 hours and be prepared to get lost inside. they give you maps but it takes a while to get your bearings.
The upper floor had a glass conservatory with large plants and a covered terrace.
Heading home exhausted after my longest day of walking it ...
... which yesterday's guide Inga also did. Sam commented that the two guides likely had the same English teacher, despite their significant gap in age. I have visions of a 90 year old Russian English teacher talking about how "nowadays" things are better under the sage direction of Vladimir Putin.
The gardens were spectacular and there were many fountains that were made in different designs, such as the checkerboard cascade, grand cascade, ...
... We saw paintings by Rembrandt, da Vinci and other masters, many of which were obtained when individual collections were “nationalized” during the Soviet times. As impressive, though, were the buildings themselves. There was gold everywhere and magnificent art that was built right into the buildings. For example, Raphael’s Loges from the Vatican were reproduced on the walls and ceiling of a gallery. After our visit to the Hermitage (and ...