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... the 1700's.
And I thought the winter palace was good.
Was I in for another surprise ??
I arrived at 10.45, just in time for the switching on of the fountains (which is done to music).
The gardens spread out as far as the eye can see right along the Baltic shoreline (where jet foils now and again spoil the tranquility transporting people in from St Petersburg).
There are fountains everywhere and all different ...
... truly spectacular Grand Cascade.
Improvements to the park continued throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. Catherine the Great, after leaving her own mark on the park, moved the court to Pushkin, but Peterhof once again became the official Imperial Residence in the reign of Nicholas I, who ordered the building of the modest Cottage Palace in 1826.
Like almost all ...
... up my good spot so had my hat on and my scarf covering the side of my face and shoulders - must have looked a real chook!
But it was worth it – had a great view and got some brilliant photos. It was then time to get back on the bus and head back to the city – but somehow two passengers had managed to get themselves lost and ended up being found and having to be picked up at the other side of the palace – all up we probably lost ...
Another typical day in Saint Petersberg, wet & cold. (See picture) Anyway it is off to see the sites & have a good time Russian style. Already tried the vodka.
That was John now me Rell. I was to say the least extremely upset our day started out to what should have been a highlight of our St Petersberg Trip a Canal boat ride. But due to the weather being a bit drizzly they put us in covered canal boats. However due to the drizzle ...
... that Peter the Great had first conquered, she found herself with Jewish subjects for the first time.
For hundreds of years, European Jews had found refuge and relative tolerance in Poland after a history of Crusade, Inquisition, ghettoization, massacre, and expulsion.
But, the Russian royal court and the Russian Orthodox Church had a different attitude towards Jews.
Catherine promptly banned Jews from St. Petersburg ...