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... Hopefully the pictures will do the place more justice. Amongst the other buildings we saw, was a place called the "Church of the saviour on spilled blood". The church is known as the church that took 24 years to build and 27 years to restore. From the outside it sums up the style of buildings when you think of Russia. When you go inside you can see why it took 27 years to restore. Throughout the whole building the walls and ceilings are covered in mosaic ...
... and Steve knocked on an office door and one surprised office worker, who spoke a modicum of English, escorted us back to the second floor, where moments before we'd been sent downstairs.
A different staff member successfully printed us off our tickets. We bowed and scraped before the bemused third floor office worker, offering her our first born and tombs of gold, and we ran out into the sunshine, cartwheeling down the street. Take ...
... most part stark bollock naked, through the medieval to the renaissance birds who, particularly in religious paintings, were revealing their breasts regularly it must have been a considerable relief to discover some modern, secure and sturdy undergarments. It is not surprising that it took humanity so long to get to it's present apogee when there were so many distractions! Thank heavens for Marks and Spencer. Other Sights of Old Petrograd
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... name of a very good book. Even with these sights visited there was so much more so we have conceded that a return trip is necessary.
After a late night of vodka drinking we spent the next day at the Hermitage Museum. This place is a city of its own. Spread across five royal building that are sights in their own right we were able to continue our impressionists tour of Monet, Sisserly and Renoir as well as works by Rembrandt, Van Gough and Picasso. Further were ...
... simple and modest things. We walked for miles, or so it seemed, through the gardens and maze of fountains, in the blistering heat we have had for the past few days now. Exhausted, we stopped for a drink at a small café on the grounds and got our energy back. The boat ride back dropped us off right at our next destination, the Hermitage. It is a huge complex of five large buildings, designed to ...