81 Sights in Saint Petersburg, Russia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 81 sights are available in Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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1. Архитекторам-первостроителям Петербурга

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"The first builders of Sankt-Peterburg", more precisely, "the first builders of Sankt-Peterburg" or "the first builders of Sankt-Peterburg" are the monuments of the first architects of St. Petersburg, A. Schluter, Zh. -B. Leblon, D. Trezini, B. F. Rastrelli and the sculptor B. K. Rastrelli. It is located in Sampsonyevsky Garden near Sampsonyevsky Cathedral in Sampsonyevsky Municipal District, Viborg District, St. Petersburg, and the original site is the previously existing cemetery of the same name, where all these architects are buried except B. F. Rasstrelli. The authors of the project are architect V. B. Bukhaev and sculptor M. M. Shemyakin. It opened on October 17, 1995 with the participation of A. A. Sobchak, Mayor of St. Petersburg. The bronze elements of the monument were completely stolen by vandals in 2000. For the original appearance of the complete monument, please refer to Yandex. Photo.

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2. Центральный военно-морской музей

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Central Naval Museum is a naval museum in St Petersburg, Russia. It is one of the first museums in Russia and one of the world’s largest naval museums, with a large collection of artefacts, models and paintings reflecting the development of Russian naval traditions and the history of the Russian Navy. The museum’s permanent display includes such relics as the Botik of Peter the Great, Catherine II’s marine throne, trophies captured in sea battles, and the personal belongings of prominent Russian and Soviet naval commanders. The collection includes paintings by Ivan Aivazovsky, Alexey Bogolyubov, Lev Lagorio and other marine artists, ship sculpture, navigational instruments, naval equipment and machinery from the 17th to 20th centuries and numerous models of ships. The main exposition consists of nineteen halls. There is a complex of six museum halls for exhibitions.

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3. Геракл Фарнезский

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Геракл Фарнезский Glycon of Athens (copy), Lysippos (original type) / CC BY 2.5

The Farnese Hercules is an ancient statue of Hercules, probably an enlarged copy made in the early third century AD and signed by Glykon, who is otherwise unknown; the name is Greek but he may have worked in Rome. Like many other Ancient Roman sculptures it is a copy or version of a much older Greek original that was well known, in this case a bronze by Lysippos that would have been made in the fourth century BC. This original survived for over 1500 years until it was melted down by Crusaders in 1205 during the Sack of Constantinople. The enlarged copy was made for the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, where the statue was recovered in 1546, and is now in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Naples. The heroically-scaled Hercules is one of the most famous sculptures of antiquity, and has fixed the image of the mythic hero in the European imagination.

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4. Памятный знак «Вагонетка»

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On September 8, 2001, the 60th anniversary of the beginning of the Leningrad lockdown, the commemorative sign "Carriage" near the pond of the Admiralty in Moscow's Victory Park was unveiled. It is the skeleton of a trolley, which is installed on a granite base by wheels in the form of stylized tracks. This is the real cultural relic of No.1 Masonry Pumice Factory located near the site, which was converted into a crematorium during World War II in 1942-1943. Inside his stove, more than 100,000 bodies of Leningrad lockdown victims were burned in such carriages. Their ashes are buried on the bank of the pond, where there is a memorial sign. In 2001, the former brick factory memorial area won the status of Russian cultural heritage.

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5. Петровская Акватория

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Petrovskaya Akovatoria is a historical model museum in St. Petersburg, built at a ratio of 1: 87 and covering an area of over 500 square meters. M. The total area of the museum is 1100 square meters. M. The model contains the most important buildings on the banks of the Neva River and the Gulf of Finland, and was built in the 18th century. A feature of the museum is the use of real water to reconstruct the waters of the Neva River and the Gulf of Finland, as well as the use of its own patented technology for development. The museum is located at the intersection of Malaya Moraya Street and Kirpichny Lane, in the building of the Admiral Shopping and Recreation Center.

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6. Памятник жертвам политических репрессий

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The Solovetsky Stone is a monument to the victims of political repression in the Soviet Union and to those who have fought and fight for freedom. It stands in Troitskaya (Trinity) Square in Saint Petersburg, near several other buildings directly related to political repression in the Soviet era—the House of Tsarist Political Prisoners; the prison and necropolis of the Peter and Paul Fortress; and the Bolshoy Dom or headquarters of the NKVD, both in the city and the surrounding Leningrad Region. Nowadays, the Stone also serves as a focus for commemorative events and for gatherings related to current human rights issues.

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7. Девушка с кувшином

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Девушка с кувшином Mrkhlopov / Public domain

“Girl with a jug”-a fountain in the Catherine Park of Tsarskoye Selo in St. Petersburg, a monument of garden and park architecture and sculpture of the early 19th century of federal and international significance, gained fame as the “Tsarskoye Selo Statue”. The sculpture has become a poetic symbol of the Tsarskoye Selo gardens. According to the senior researcher at the painting department of the Russian Museum of Vsevolod Petrov, the sculpture is the pinnacle of Pavel Sokolov’s work and belongs to the most excellent achievements of the Russian garden and park sculpture.

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8. Н. А. Некрасов

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Н. А. Некрасов Екатерина Борисова / Добросовестное использование

Monument to N. A. Nekrasov-a monument-Bus located in St. Petersburg, in the square near house No. 37 on Liteiny Prospekt. Dedicated to Nikolai Alekseevich Nekrasov, recognized by the classics of Russian literature, closely connected with St. Petersburg with his life and creativity. The author of the project is the sculptor V. V. Lishev. This is the only preserved monument of St. Petersburg, erected as part of the Lenin plan of monumental propaganda. The monument to Nekrasov is an object of cultural heritage of federal significance.

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9. Трубецкой бастион

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Trubetskoy Bastion is one of the two western bastions of the Peter and Paul Fortress in Saint Petersburg, Russia, facing Vasilyevsky Island. It is connected to the Naryshkin bastion by the Catherine Curtain, and with the Zotov by the Vasilievskaya Kurtina. This flank of the bastion has an additional cover for the gun embrasures - the orillon, in which there was a hidden passage - the sortia. From the west, the bastion is covered by the Alexeevsky ravelin, as well as a semi-contrudard, with which it is connected by a dam - a batardo.

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10. Летний дворец Петра I

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The Summer Palace of Peter the Great was built between 1710–1714 in the northeast corner of the Summer Garden, located on an island formed by the Fontanka river, Moyka river, and the Swan Canal. Its northern perimeter runs along the left bank of the Neva river across from the Cabin of Peter the Great and Peter and Paul Fortress and was the first palace built in Saint Petersburg, the second largest city in Russia. It was the first palace built in Saint Petersburg and the city's first building which had piped water.

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11. Эстонская церковь Святого Иоанна

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St. John's Church is a Protestant church in St. Petersburg, Russia. The church is situated at the address 54 ulitsa Dekabristov, close to the Mariinsky Theater. Founded in 1859 to serve the Estonian community living in the city at that time, it is considered Estonia's symbol of independence. It was the place where in 1888 Jakob Hurt made the call to resist the Tsarist government's russification policy and on March 26, 1917, 40,000 Estonians began their march to Tauride Palace demanding national autonomy.

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12. Стрелка Васильевского острова

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The Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns, located in Saint Petersburg in the Russian Federation, are significant examples of Greek Revival architecture. Designed by French architect Thomas de Thomon, and inspired by the Greek Temple of Hera at Paestum, the stock exchange was constructed between 1805 and 1810. The rostral columns erected on either side of the Stock Exchange were completed in 1811. The Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange is located at Birzhevaya Ploschad 4.

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13. Памятник Юнгам

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The Baltic Youth Monument is a monument in Vasily Ostrovsky District of St. Petersburg. On May 24, 1999, the design of this monument was designed and implemented by the Baltic Fleet Twice Red Flag Veterans Association. The granite pedestal of the monument is engraved with "Baltic youth" and years-inscriptions from 1941 and 1945. The sculpture composition is made of bronze, and the base is made of gray granite. Sculptor L. Y. Adelin. Architect V. L. Spiridonov. Artist V. G. Passarar.

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14. Собор Успения Пресвятой Девы Марии

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Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary was a Catholic cathedral in the city of St. Petersburg from 1873 to 1926 and the residence of Metropolitan of Mogilev, the head of the Catholic Church in the Russian Empire. Administratively it belongs to the North-West region Catholic Archdiocese of Moscow, led by Archbishop Metropolitan Paolo Pezzi. Cathedral is closed to the building from the street, which is Russia's only Catholic seminary Mary Queen of the Apostles.

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15. Петру Великому

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The Bronze Horseman is an equestrian statue of Peter the Great in the Senate Square in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It was opened to the public on 7 (18) August 1782. Commissioned by Catherine the Great, it was created by the French sculptor Étienne Maurice Falconet. The name influenced a 1833 poem of the same name by Alexander Pushkin, which is widely considered one of the most significant works of Russian literature. The statue is now one of the symbols of Saint Petersburg.

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16. Висячий сад

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The Little Winter Palace Hanging Gardens are part of the Little Winter Palace building, part of the National Winter Palace Museum complex, built by architects J. B. Vallen Delamot and Y. M. Felten from 1764 to 1773 and rebuilt by V. P. Stasov in 1841. The Hanging Gardens are on the second floor, above the grounds of the former stable and arena, occupying the space between the galleries connecting the North and South pavilions of the Little Winter Palace.

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17. Юсуповский дворец

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The Palace of the Yusupovs on the Moika, known as the Moika Palace or Yusupov Palace, is a former residence of the Russian noble House of Yusupov in St. Petersburg, Russia, now a museum. The building was the site of Grigori Rasputin's murder in the early morning of December 17, 1916. Sometimes called the Moika Palace to tell it apart from other palaces of the same family in Saint Petersburg, though it is not the only palace on this river in the city.

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18. А. Д. Сахаров

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The monument to Andrei Sakharov in St. Petersburg is located on the same area on the Vasilyevsky Island, near St. Petersburg State University and the library of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The sculpture of the work of the artist L. K. Lazarev was installed on a granite block-substitute on the night of May 3 to 4, 2003, the opening took place on May 5. On the front side of the boulder, the inscription is knocked out: "Academician A. Sakharov. "

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19. Обелиск «Городу-Герою Ленинграду»

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"Heroic City of Leningrad"-Obelisk in St. Petersburg's Vosstaniya Square. This monument was completed on April 12, 1985 and May 8, 1985, and was created by architects V. S. Lukyanov and A. I. Alymov. The bronze high reliefs were made by a group of sculptors-A. S. Charkin, V. D. Sveshnikov, B. A. Petrov and A. A. Vinogradov. The engineering calculations were conducted under the guidance of experts V. M. Ivanov and B. N. Brudno.

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20. Храм Посещения Пресвятой Девы

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The Virgin Mary Visits Elizabeth Church is a Catholic church in the former Viborg Catholic Cemetery in St. Petersburg. It belongs administratively to the northwest region of the Archdiocese of the Mother of God and is headed by Archbishop Paul Page. Architectural monuments with regional significance. Located in the address: Mineralnaya Street, Building 21. The priest of the Verbists Organization (SVD) served in the temple.

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21. Троице-Измайловский собор

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The Trinity Cathedral, sometimes called the Troitsky Cathedral, in Saint Petersburg, Russia, is a formerly Russian Imperial Army Izmaylovskiy regiment Russian Orthodox church, an architectural landmark - a late example of the Empire style, built between 1828 and 1835 to a design by Vasily Stasov. It is located due south of the Admiralty on Izmaylovskiy Prospekt, not far from the Tekhnologichesky Institut Metro station.

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22. Обелиск «Румянцова победамъ»

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The Rumyantsev Obelisk is a granite obelisk located in Saint Petersburg. It is at the centre of Rumyantsev Square, on Vasilyevsky Island, between the Menshikov Palace and the Saint Petersburg Institute for Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. The obelisk commemorates the victories of Count Pyotr Rumyantsev during the Russo-Turkish War between 1768 and 1774, and his service in the Russo-Turkish War of 1787–1792.

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23. Военно-исторический музей артиллерии, инженерных войск и войск связи

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The Military Historical Museum of Artillery, Engineers and Signal Corps, also known simply as the Artillery Museum, is a state-owned military museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Its collections – consisting of Russian military equipment, uniforms and decorations – are hosted in the Kronverk situated on the right bank of the Neva near Alexander Park. The museum is managed by the Russian Ministry of Defence.

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24. Раскрытая книга

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Раскрытая книга Brateevsky / Добросовестное использование

The "Open Book" monument is a memorial symbol installed on the Universitetskaya embankment opposite the St. Petersburg State University building in St. Petersburg. Another name is "information across the century". The monument was grandly opened on 25 October 2002 on the eve of the celebration of the 300th anniversary of the city and the 265th anniversary of the establishment of the Vasileostrovsky district.

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25. Дом Зингера

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Singer House, also widely known as the House of the Book, is a building in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is located at the intersection of Nevsky Prospekt and the Griboyedov Canal, directly opposite the Kazan Cathedral. It is recognized as a historical landmark and has official status as an object of Russian cultural heritage. It formerly served as the headquarters of VKontakte and Telegram Messenger LLP.

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26. И. Ф. Крузенштерн

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И. Ф. Крузенштерн
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Monument to I. F. Kruzenshtern-a sculptural monument to the Russian sailor, admiral I. F. Kruzenshtern, located in St. Petersburg on the embankment of Lieutenant Schmidt opposite the building of the Marine Corps. It was manufactured in 1873 according to the project of the sculptor I. N. Schroeder and architect I. A. Monighetti. The monument is an object of cultural heritage of federal significance.

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27. Ши-Цза

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Shi-Tza (Shi-dza)-a pair of granite mythological lions, installed during the descent to the Neva on the Petrovskaya Embankment in St. Petersburg. Sculptures have a height of 4.5 m and weight 2.5 tons each. On both pedestals, the inscription was carved: “Shi-Tzu from the city of Girin in Manchuria was transported to St. Petersburg in 1907. The gift of the general from the infantry N. I. Grodekov. "

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28. Вселенная воды

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The Water Cosmic Museum Complex is a museum in St. Petersburg. Located at 56 Shpalernaya Street. The museum's main exhibit is a water tower built by architect I. A. Merz in 1859-1863. The water tower and other buildings in the surrounding area are part of the main station complex in front of the water supply pipeline in St. Petersburg, and are architectural monuments with regional significance.

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29. Корабельного канала

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Nevalmen Radar Tower is located on the northwest breakwater of Barochini Basin along Gutuyevsky Island in St. Petersburg, Russia. It emits continuous red, white or green light, depending on the direction, and serves as a navigation aid for port passages. This is a round tower about 60 meters high, with red and white horizontal belts painted on it. Locations and towers are closed to the public.

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30. Николай I

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The Monument to Nicholas I is a bronze equestrian monument of Nicholas I of Russia on St Isaac's Square in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It was created by French sculptor Auguste de Montferrand and unveiled on July 7 [O. S. June 25] , 1859, the six-meter statue was considered a technical wonder at the time of its creation. It is one of only a few bronze statues with only two support points.

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31. Паровоз H2-293

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Паровоз H2-293 Original uploader was JGHowes at en.wikipedia
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H2-293 was a locomotive built by Richmond Locomotive Company in 1900 for Finnish Railway Company, where Lenin illegally crossed the Finnish border on August 10 and October 7, 1917. At present, this steam locomotive is one of the few surviving steam locomotives in this series, which belongs to cultural heritage and is preserved in the territory of Finnish Railway Station in St. Petersburg.

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32. Колонна Славы

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Колонна Славы Alex Bakharev / Public domain

The Column of Glory, sometimes called the Russo-Turkish War Memorial column, is a victory memorial situated in the immediate surroundings of the Trinity Cathedral in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Completed in 2004 as a gift at the 300th anniversary of the city in 2003, the monument is an exact replica of a monument from 1886 that was destroyed by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1929.

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33. Крестовоздвиженский собор

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The Crusade Cossack Cathedral is a parish church in the Russian Orthodox parish of St. Petersburg, and its main throne is dedicated at the intersection of the Ligovsky Prospekt and Obvodny canals in St. Petersburg to celebrate the rise of the main cross. One of the oldest parishes in St. Petersburg. Built in 1748 in Baroque style, the temple was rebuilt in the mid-19th century.

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34. Музей почвоведения имени В. В. Докучаева

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Музей почвоведения имени В. В. Докучаева Shuba / CC BY-SA 4.0

V. V. Dokuchaev Central Museum of Soil was founded in 1902 at Saint Petersburg by Vasilli Vasil'evich Dokuchaev (1846–1903). Commonly regarded as the father of Soil science, Dokuchaev started his extensive collection of soil samples in 1880. The first museum of soil sciences in the world, V. V. Dokuchaev Central Pedological Museum, opened in 1904, a year after his death.

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35. Часовня во имя Святой Троицы

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Часовня во имя Святой Троицы AnonymousUnknown author / Public domain

The Old Trinity Cathedral was the oldest church in St. Petersburg, Russia. It was there that Peter the Great celebrated the end of the Great Northern War in 1721 and was proclaimed the first Emperor of All Russia. It was one of the city's most cherished monuments until the Soviets ordered its destruction in 1933. The site on the Neva River bank is commemorated by a chapel.

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36. Лютеранская церковь Святых Петра и Павла

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The Lutheran Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul is a Lutheran church located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is one of the oldest and largest Protestant churches in Russia, and the seat of the Archbishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Central Asia. The church have valid apostolic succesion by the orthodox and lutheran episcopacy.

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37. Князь-Владимирский собор

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The Prince St. Vladimir's Cathedral, formally the Cathedral of St. Equal to the Apostles Prince Vladimir is a Russian Orthodox Cathedral in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It is located on Blokhin Street in the Petrogradsky District of the city across the Malaya Neva from the Spit of Vasilevsky Island, in close proximity to the Sportivnaya metro station.

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38. сквер Шевченко

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Shevchenko Square is a square in the Petrograd district of St. Petersburg formed by the intersection of Maly Prospekt, Levashovsky Prospekt and Ordinarnaya Street on the Petrograd side. It was named in 2001 after the great Ukrainian poet, prose writer and artist Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko, whose life is closely associated with St. Petersburg.

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39. Петербургскому фотографу

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Петербургскому фотографу Poudou99 / CC0 1.0

St Petersburg Photographer-Bronze Monument to Sadovaya Street, Malaya, in downtown St. Petersburg, erected by L. V. Domrachev and B. A. Petrov on 25 January 2001. It represents a figure that a 2. 5-meter-high photographer is preparing to shoot. The photographer holds an open umbrella and a British bulldog hides under a tripod with a camera.

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40. Церковь Святой Марии

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The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saint Mary is an Evangelical Lutheran church located in Saint Petersburg, Russia. It was built in 1805 and refurbished in 2002. Its address is: Bolshaya Konyushennnaya Ulitsa 8A, off Nevsky Prospekt. It is usually called the Finnish church and is one of the oldest and largest Protestant churches in Russia.

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41. Обелиск казнённым декабристам

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The Obelisk of the executed December Party is a monument in St. Petersburg. It is located in the December Party Garden at the intersection of Nalichnaya and Uralskaya streets. The obelisk, built on the proposed graveyard of the leader of the December Party uprising, who was executed in 1826, is a cultural heritage of federal significance.

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42. Нижним чинам Лейб-Гвардии Финляндского полка

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Нижним чинам Лейб-Гвардии Финляндского полка Витольд Муратов / CC BY-SA 3.0

The soldier was installed at the Smolensk Orthodox cemetery in St. Petersburg as a tribute to the lower ranks of the Life Guards of the Finland Regiment, who died as a result of a terrorist act in the Winter Palace, promoted on February 5, 1880 by members of the Emperor's life, which had been eaten on the life of the emperor Alexander II.

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43. Александровские ворота

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Aleksandrovsky Vorota-the former gates of the Okhtinsky powder factory in St. Petersburg. Built according to the project of Fedor Ivanovich Demertsov in 1806. Monument of the architecture of classicism. They are located on the banks of the Okhta River, in the eastern part of the Great Ilyinsky Garden, not far from the Okhtinsky dam.

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44. Следы от артиллерийских снарядов

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During the blockade of Leningrad from 1941 to 1944, about 150,000 shells were released around the city. Over 600 enterprises, about 7,000 residential buildings were injured from shelling, more than 25,000 inhabitants were killed. Including many architectural monuments were injured, a number of which were lost irrevocably.

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45. Музей-квартира А. И. Куинджи

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A. I. Kuindzhi Apartment Museum-Memorial Museum of Russian Artist Arkhip Kuindzhi in St. Petersburg, in House 1/10 of Birzhevoy Lane, in the apartment where the artist lived for the last 13 years of his life-from 1897 to 1910. Founded in 1989, it is a branch of the Research Museum of Russian Art Institute.

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46. Кагульский обелиск

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The Kagul Obelisk in Tsarskoye Selo is one of several such structures erected on behest of Catherine II of Russia in 1772 to commemorate Pyotr Rumyantsev's victory in the Battle of Kagul. Designed by Antonio Rinaldi, the dark grey-and-red marble obelisk stands in the landscape park of the Catherine Palace.

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47. Государственный мемориальный музей А.В. Суворова

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Suvorov Memorial Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia is a military museum dedicated to the memory of Generalissimo Alexander Suvorov (1729–1800). It was founded in 1900 to commemorate the century of Suvorov's death and was inaugurated four years later. In 1904, the museum moved into the present building.

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48. Государев бастион

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Empress Bastion is one of the two eastern bastions of the Peter and Paul Fortress in St. Petersburg, facing the Neva. Neva Kurtin connects him with Naryshkin’s bastion, and Petrovskaya Kurtin with Menshikov. From the east, Bastion is hiding behind the John Ravelin and a half -Contrrad.

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49. Древнеегипетский сфинкс

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Quay with Sphinxes is a quay at the Universitetskaya Embankment in Saint Petersburg, in front of the Imperial Academy of Arts. It is remarkable for the two ancient sphinxes that were brought from Egypt to Russia at the height of Egyptomania in 1832. The quay was completed in 1834.

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50. Дача Дурново

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Дача Дурново Неизвестный фотограф / Public domain

Dacha Durnovo (Russian: Дача Дурново) is the countryside manor of Bakunin family and Durnovo family. It is an architectural monument of classicism, located on 22 Sverdlovsk Embankment, St. Petersburg, Russia. (Russian: Свердловская Набережная, 22)

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51. дворец Меншикова

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The Menshikov Palace is a Petrine Baroque edifice in Saint Petersburg, situated on Universitetskaya Embankment of the Bolshaya Neva on Vasilyevsky Island. It was the first stone building in the city. Since 1981, it has served as a public museum, a branch of the Hermitage Museum.

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52. Пушкину А.С.

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Pushkin's Pushkin Monument is one of Pushkin's most famous monuments. It was in Tsarskoye Selo, among middle school students, that the idea of a Pushkin monument first appeared, however, and it was decided to erect the first monument to the poet in Moscow, where he was born.

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53. Церковь иконы Божией Матери Знамение

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The icon "Logo" is an Orthodox church in St. Petersburg's Pushkin city, located on Palace Street in the city center, near Catherine's Palace. The temple is the oldest building of the Tsarskoye Selo Palace and Park Ensemble and the first stone building of Tsarskoye Selo.

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54. сквер Товстоногова

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сквер Товстоногова Екатерина Борисова / Добросовестное использование

Tovstonogov Square-Square in the Petrograd district of St. Petersburg. It is located inside the residential development of the Petrograd side, limited by houses No. 1, 3 and 5 in Troitskaya Square, No. 1 and 3 on Kuibyshev Street and No. 4 on Petrovskaya embankment.

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55. Музей-квартира И.И. Бродского

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Museum-apartment I. I. Brodsky-one of the St. Petersburg branches of the Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts. The museum was opened in 1949 in the house of Golenishchev-Kutuzov on the art Square, where the artist Isaac Brodsky lived for the past 15 years.

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56. Соборная мечеть

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The Saint Petersburg Mosque, when opened in 1913, was the largest mosque in Europe outside Turkey, its minarets 49 meters in height and the dome is 39 meters high. The mosque is situated in downtown St Petersburg. It can accommodate up to five thousand worshippers.

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57. Чижик-Пыжик

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Chizhik-Pyzhik is a miniature animal sculpture in St. Petersburg. It was installed on the Fontanka River on 19 November 1994, near the Mikhailovsky (Works) Castle, near the First Works Bridge, opposite House 12/1. The statue is 11 cm high and weighs about 5 kg.

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58. Стерегущий

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The monument to the "stereo" is a monument to the heroic death in 1904 in the battle of the Russian-Japanese war of the destroyer "Steregovy". The only St. Petersburg monument in the style of modern and the last, built before the revolution. Open in May 1911.

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59. Блокадная прорубь

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“Blocade Promobube” is a memorial sign in St. Petersburg on the descent of the Fontanka River embankment, near house 21, on the site where the hook was located during the years of the blockade, to which the inhabitants of the besieged city went for water.

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60. Зоологический музей Зоологического института РАН

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The Zoological Museum of the Zoological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences is a Russian museum devoted to zoology. It is located in Saint Petersburg, on Universitetskaya Embankment. It is one of the ten largest nature history museums in the world.

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61. Памятник Петру I

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The Monument to Peter I in the Peter and Paul Fortress in Saint Petersburg, Russia, is a bronze statue by Mihail Chemiakin. It was designed and cast in the United States in the 1980s and donated by Chemiakin to the city. It was installed on 6–7 June 1991.

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62. Екатерининский дворец

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The Catherine Palace is a Rococo palace in Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin), 30 km south of St. Petersburg, Russia. It was the summer residence of the Russian tsars. The Palace is part of the World Heritage Site Saint Petersburg and Related Groups of Monuments.

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63. Подводная лодка Д-2 «Народоволец»

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The D-2 "People" was a diesel-electric torpedo submarine of the Soviet Union during World War II. During the war, the D-2 carried out four combat cruises, carried out 12 torpedo attacks and fired 19 torpedoes, destroying one ship and damaging another.

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64. Музей Г. Р. Державина

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The Museum-Estate G. R. Derzhavin is the mansion of Gabriel Romanovich Derzhavin in St. Petersburg, on the Fontanka embankment, next to Derzhavinsky Lane. Since 2003, the Literary and Memorial Museum, a branch of the All-Russian Museum A. S. Pushkin.

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65. Доходный дом Опочининой

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Finskiy lane-Pedestrian Lawn in St. Petersburg, runs from Academician Lebedev Street to Lenin Square, leaving the side facade of the Finland Station. Approximate length of 200 meters; 11 buildings. Lane belongs to the city zone of the second category.

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66. И. А. Крылов

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Pummy Krylov was installed in 1855 near the main alley of the Summer Garden in St. Petersburg. It is a bronze statue of a sitting fabulist. The monument is one of the first monuments to Russian writers and the first established in St. Petersburg.

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67. Научно-исследовательский музей Российской академии художеств

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The Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts is the first art museum in the building of the Imperial Academy of Arts on the University Embankment of Vasilievsky Island. Appendings to the title of the oldest art museum of Russia.

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68. А. С. Попов

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A monument to St. Petersburg radio inventor Alexander Stepanovich Popov is located in a park on Kameno Ostrovsky Avenue in the city's Petrograd district. Built in 1959, the monument is a cultural heritage with federal significance.

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69. Церковь Покрова Пресвятой Богородицы

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Церковь Покрова Пресвятой Богородицы name lost / Public domain

The Pokrovskaya Church on Borovoy Street is an Orthodox church in St. Petersburg. Refers to the St. Petersburg diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church. Since 2012, has the status of the courtyard of the Antoniyevo-Dymsky monastery.

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70. Российский этнографический музей

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The Russian Museum of Ethnography is a museum in St. Petersburg that houses a collection of about 500,000 items relating to the ethnography, or cultural anthropology, of peoples of the former Russian Empire and the Soviet Union.

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71. Александр III

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Monument to Emperor Alexander III - monument to Russian emperor Alexander III of the sculptor Paolo Trubetskoy. It was erected in 1909 on Znamenskaya Square of St. Petersburg. Now located in the courtyard of the marble palace.

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72. Музей Арктики и Антарктики

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The Russian State Arctic and Antarctic Museum is a museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. It was established in November 1930 as part of the Soviet Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, but was not opened until six years later.

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73. Марсово поле

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The Field of Mars is a large square in the centre of Saint Petersburg. Over its long history it has been alternately a meadow, park, pleasure garden, military parade ground, revolutionary pantheon and public meeting place.

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74. Музей политической истории России

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The State Museum of Political History of Russia is a historical and political museum located in Saint Petersburg. The stated purpose of the museum is to record and showcase the political history of the Russian Federation.

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75. Т. Г. Шевченко

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The Taras Shevchenko Monument is a monument erected in St. Petersburg in memory of the Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko and is related to the main stages of the life and activities of Ukrainian poets, writers and artists.

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76. Церковь Иоанна Кронштадтского

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The temple of the Holy Righteous John of Kronstadt, the Orthodox Church of the St. Petersburg diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in the Kirov district of St. Petersburg. Rector - Archpriest Mikhail Podolei.

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77. сад Нева

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Neva is a garden in the Krasnogvardeisky district of St. Petersburg. Bounded by Revolution Highway, Piskarevsky Prospekt, Sredneokhtinsky Prospekt and Polyustrovsky Prospekt. The garden covers an area of 11.19 hectares.

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78. Экипажу подводной лодки Щ-323

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Shch-323-Soviet submarine type "Pike". She was part of the Baltic Fleet, the first to sank the ship during the Soviet-Finnish war. She died in 1943 on a mine while trying to break through the sea blockade of Leningrad.

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79. Доменико Трезини

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The monument of architect and engineer Domenico Trezini is erected on Trezini Square in St. Petersburg, near the Universitetskaya embankment and the Blagoveshchensky bridge in the city's Vasileostrovsky district.

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80. Яблоновский сад

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Yablonovsky Garden is a small garden in St. Petersburg's Nevsky district. It is located on the right bank of the Oakville River, surrounded by Voroshilov Street, Latvian Strelko Street and Russian Street.

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81. А. А. Валидов

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А. А. Валидов Amikeco / Public domain

Bust A.-Z. Validi is a bust of Turkish scientist Ahmet Zaki Validi from 2008-2021. In the courtyard of St. Petersburg State University complex in the east department of St. Petersburg State University.

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