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... the Leningrad region through disruption of utilities, water, energy and food supplies. This resulted in the deaths of up to 1,500,000 soldiers and civilians and the evacuation of 1,400,000 more, mainly women and children, many of whom died during evacuation due to starvation and bombardment (during this time 260 Leningraders were found guilty and put in prison for the crime of cannibalism). Economic destruction and human loss in Leningrad on both sides exceeded that of ...
... version. The gardens at the Palace of Versailles seem to go on forever, stretching to as far as the horizon. The Peterhof gardens extended about a half a mile down to the ocean, where Lauren and I walked and found a place to get a burger, fries, Nutella & banana crepe and some ice cream. Yum!
Today, I took it easy. I just explored St Petersburg with Claire, Chloe, Leanna, and a quiet girl named Elizabeth I just met today. First, we went to a quaint French café ...
... is the Trubetskoi Bastion Prison (aka the "Russian Bastille") which you can tour and see the prisoners' quarters as they were back then (the 1800's and early 1900's). There isn't much more in the rooms than a cot, a table and a small lamp, and there are two solitary confinement rooms that you can go into and shut the door to see what it would be like to be in confinement at that time. Also on the wall are some histories of the famous ...
... Then within 30 seconds Ivan nearly got kicked out by trying to go up onto the bar to dance with the coyote ugly girls. The bouncer came storming toward Ivan with a mean look in his eye, the bar maid had a look of horror on her face but Vlad saved the day by grabbing Ivan before he got on the bar, and which would have resulted in Ivan being left in a bloody mess. We were allowed to stay, but were watched like hawks by the bouncers. But ...
... has a surface of 70 million square kms and it still battles with some neighbours for more land.
Back to Pete. He married Elisabeth first and she was a selfish little party girl. Opulence and abuse were running in her corrupt vains and Petie boy built the Winter Palace for her. It has 1057 rooms where Madame hosted costumed balls every second night while the Russian peasants were starving out in the cold coutryside. When Madame died, she left behind ...