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... lapis lazuli. A large, brightly colored stained glass window of the "Resurrected Christ" takes pride of place inside the main altar. The church, designed to accommodate 14,000 standing worshipers, was closed in the early 1930s and reopened as a museum. Today, church services are held here only on major ecclesiastical occasions.
... they can usually be seen on train platforms, which we already visited when going to our country house. Today, we took the metro from one end of the branch to the other ( about 40 - 50 minutes) , then a bus for 40 more minutes and then another bus for about 10. We then walked for another 20 and were finally there, at the cemetery. The cemetery is a new one, located in the middle of a forest and in the middle of nowhere. Since it was a week day no ...
... The belfry is decorated with mosaic coats-of-arms of cities and regions of the Russian empire. The church is architecturally distinct from the subtle colours of the surrounding buildings.
Our impressions of our time in St Petersburg was of a city with distinct culture and a rich history. Even though we had chosen the cruise to mainly take us to Scandinavia we were glad to also have the opportunity to visit this beautiful part of ...
... middle earth, you find that the trains come every 2 or 3 minutes, but if you get caught in the doors while they are closing...well...lets just say you would become borsch. The experience of a Russian subway does not stop once you are inside however. Every single person around you basically has some iteration of scowl, frown, or grimace on their faces...as if the whole train had just come from a funeral. Happiness levels go down at least 50% while riding a Russian ...
... wasn't even enough time to get around building fully let alone look at anything properly. After that we met up the rest (who had been to see the museum with bottled foetuses and other oddities which they said was disappointing) and climbed up St Isaac's Cathedral. Vladimir was really good at giving us an idea of the history ...