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... in Palace Square; Alexander Column; the State Hermitage gallery (in the Winter Palace); the view across the Neva river (before it was frozen) to the Peter & Paul fortress; past the statue of the bronze horseman in Aleksandrovskiy Garden; St Isaac's Cathedral and down Nevskiy Prospekt to Kazan Cathedral (modelled on St Peter's in Rome and converted to a museum on Atheism during the Soviet period). In the afternoon ...
... destroying churches all over Russia. During the siege of Leningrad (the name of St. Petersburg during World War II) the church was used as a storage site for corpses. After the war, it was used as a warehouse for vegetables and got the nickname of Savior on Potatoes.
In 1970, management of Spilled Blood was ...
The Hermitage Museum took a few hours to visit and even then we only had a 'quick' look. We wandered the streets for the remainder of the day before attending the ballet Swan Lake in the evening. Then it was time for dinner at 11.30pm so we had pasta at Jamie Oliver's restaurant, very ...
... s most precious historical sights. Fountains are all controlled by gravity utilising water from lakes uphill thru underground pipes to the palace.
We first toured the interior of the palace. The main staircase leads to a suite of decorated staterooms. The initial room was decorated in gold along the walls and ceiling providing an opulent setting. As we passed through the remaining rooms we marvelled at the painting, architecture and beauty. At the conclusion of the ...
The next day we toured the Hermitage. The Hermitage for those of you who don't know, is absolutely massive. It has 1200 rooms, all ornately decorated in a different way and used for something different. One of the words that came out of our tour guide's mouth was "this is the 5th smallest of the 6 ballrooms in the hermitage". While the hermitage was incredible, I unfortunately hit a (usually hunger-induced) art museum wall at around 3 hours. I simply ...