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... gone around several times the previous days
We then had time to go inside the Church of Split Blood. This Church was built on the site where Emperor Alexander II was fatally wounded in March 1881.The church was built from 1883 till 1907. Was a storehouse during the Communist period and now is lovely tourist attraction
We caught the train to Moscow in the afternoon,
... orange. It makes the city street scenes colorful. The skyline viewed from across the Neva River actually reminded me of Budapest. Guides say they like what Putin is doing outside the country (Ukraine conflict) but internally it is a mess. In 1991, Perestroika, huge uncertainty as many lost their jobs, ownership of apartments caused huge strife - no process for registering ownership, getting mortgage, etc. income is around 1800 roubles per ...
... We started lining up at just before 10, the museum opened for business at 1030 and we were through all of the lines by about 1115 or so. We had completely expected that, so there were no tantrums or anything like that, but it is time consuming!
We wandered through various galleries etc. including the small dining room where the ruling family and their court were arrested in 1917, before our tour through the Diamand Room began. The palace itself is beautiful, and the ...
... a much beloved author and poet according to Luba. The Amber Room is amazing and I don’t think I’ll every see more gold leaf in one palace ever again. What is truly amazing is that this entire palace was looted and then burned by the Nazi’s into total destruction. It is now a work of art; a good majority of the restoration has been completed with more always on the go. You really need to look at my photographs to get a feel at ...
... I imagine back in the day was purpose of exhibiting so much gold.
From Catherine's Palace we visited Peter and Pauls fortress which is the original citadel of the city. The sun may only have risen by half ten but by half three it was preparing to set again. The beautiful pinks and purples of the sunset contrasted so beautifully against the gold steeples of the St Peter and Paul Cathedral which made for some beautiful photos.
The cathedral itself houses the bodies ...