Holiday Inn St. Petersburg Moskovskye Vorota

Address: Moskovskiy Ave., 97A, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 196084, Russian Federation | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of St. Petersburg, is near Yusupov Palace, Strelka, Russian Vodka Museum, and Field of Mars (Marsovo Pole).
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    A travel blog entry by kkelly432 on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... of Peter the Great. An interesting tidbit about his outlook....The area was short on stones, and he was determined to build with stone in order to prevent fires destroying it, so he passed a law that elsewhere in Russia no one was allowed to build with stone, and then had all the stone transported into the city from elsewhere. The historian also mentioned another small point that suddenly made sense. She said that the vastness of Russia ...

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    ... year. A lot of infrastructure is being upgraded but some things have a dual use. Take tram lines for instance. There are no accidents at these intersections because the lines are a natural speed bump down to 2 kph, and the associated potholes. But when the road is flat the drivers go flat out, make up for having to slow down.

    Russias Cosmopoliton Town of Culture

    A travel blog entry by adamz on Aug 17, 2011

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    ... ranging from ancient civilizations to wall to wall paintings from different artistic periods. On top of that the whole building had once been a palace so a number of rooms were richly furnished and richly decorated. Ended up walking about 5-6 hours in the building and covered most rooms at least superficially.

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