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... then on to the Kunstkamera (Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, with amongst other things, the strangest/most grotesque collection of specimens in jars), and in the evening we enjoyed a beautiful recital of Russian Sacred music at the Church of the Saviour on the Spilt Blood (named in memory of Aleksander ll, who was assassinated on this spot).
... Russia's main church. Then it was only natural to use the world's largest church model. Kazan Cathedral was St. Petersburg's cathedral from 1811 to 1858, when Isaac's Cathedral was completed.
The cathedral was closed by the Communists in 1929, and from 1932 it contained a "museum of religion and atheism. This "museum" was very ideologically marked, and consisted mostly of ridicule of all religion. Today ...
... in the water cooling off on this very hot day. 85 degrees to be exact, with much humidity. Must I mention most places do not have AC here. We enjoyed the sun, while watching some young children making wishes and launching sailboats down the stream. We ended the day on the playground filled with children at 10:30 p.m. 75 degrees. As I fell asleep, fireworks erup White nights you've never felt so ...
... A much anticipated shore excursion for Jan was an evening at the Russian Ballet.
St. Petersburg is world renowned as one of the major centres for the arts and the ballet in particular. After an early dinner she joined the bus journey into St Petersburg’s ‘Aurora Palace’ Theatre. The theatre has a beautiful view over the Neva River and the interior is lavishly decorated and relatively intimate. The Saint Petersburg Russian Ballet performed ‘Swan ...
... not a tacky "elvis painting", but a tasteful modern Igor masterpiece). Igor masterpiece in hand and a weekend of sight seeing behind us, I descended back down into middle earth to lose 50% of my happiness and head back to the hotel. The week ahead promises to hold lots of Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, a birthday visit by Babson's Provost who is co-chairing a conference here, a mixer with local students, and a big whopping philosophy paper due at the end of the week. Cant wait!