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A starting point in the exploration of the great city of Saint Petersburg is considered to be the Palace Square being the heart of the city. The square is crowded at any time of day and night. This spot of tourist attraction is turned into established place of holding of various folk fests, parades, the greatest fairs meanwhile during winter the square is turned into a huge skating rink. In the heart of the square tourists will find the Alexander Column being one of the main symbols of the city. In close vicinity to the square tourists will discover several remarkable historical sites. The Alexander Column reminds local residents and city guests about a significant event in the life of the city being the victory of the Russian army over the army led by Napoleon Bonaparte. The magnificent Winter Palace is among the most beautiful architectural construction of Saint Petersburg. The same impressive building being the General Staff stands opposite to the Winter Palace on the other side of the Palace Square. Both of the scale constructions are interconnected with each other with a system of underpasses. The Winter Palace hosts the most known museum of the country being the Hermitage. This cultural establishment is among of the top outstanding cultural establishments of the world. The …
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From the series “Rococo Architecture – Famous Monuments”
The Winter Palace remains one of the most famous and visited attractions of the cultural capital of Russia. It was built in 1754. Construction was completed in 1762. The legendary architect Rastrelli worked on the design of the palace. It is noteworthy that the very first Winter Palace was built in its place in 1708. It has been completely rebuilt five times in less than 50 years. The palace was used for its intended purpose from its foundation until 1904, as the official winter residence of Russian emperors.

The residence was moved to the Alexander Palace by order of Nicholas II in 1904. The Winter Palace was abandoned for a while. The hospital operated in it in 1915. It served to house the Provisional Government during the revolutionary period. The opening of the State Museum of the … Read all


From the series “Remains of the First Ancient Cities”
Derbent is considered the oldest city in the territory of modern Russia. It was founded in the Bronze Age, in the 4th Millennium BC. The first official mention of the city dates back to a much later period. Antique Hecataeus of Miletus historian wrote in his chronicles about it in the 6th century BC. The ancient city had very strategic importance. Several major trade routes passed near it in the prehistoric era.

Derbent has experienced many battles and conquests in more than 5,000 years of existence. They had a direct impact on the formation of its modern culture. Only a few ruins remain from the oldest buildings in the city. But guests of Derbent will be able to see a lot of unique attractions. Their age is more than 1,500 years. The Derbent Wall has been preserved in the city. Its … Read all
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