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Kazan Cathedral
4.5/5
451 Reviews
Church
Kazanskaya Ploshchad, 2 Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg
Old and New Ladoga Canals
4.5/5
21 Reviews
River
Schlisselburg, Russia Schlisselburg Russia
Winter Palace
4.7/5
1,005 Reviews
Museum
Palace
St. Petersburg’s State Hermitage Museum, or Winter Palace, stands among the Louvre in Paris, The British Museum in London and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York as one of the four largest art museums in the world. It was established when Empress Catherine the Great received a massive art collection in 1764, housing paintings, sculptures and other forms of art from various European countries. There are four major attractions not to be missed among the vast collection, including the Ancient Egyptian Art exhibit (Showroom 100), Peacock Clock (Showroom 204), Da Vinci’s “Madonna Litta” (Showroom 214) and Rembrandt’s “The Return of the Prodigal Son” (Showroom 254).
Cruiser Aurora
4.2/5
179 Reviews
Museum
The historical backdrop of the Kreiser Avrora (Cruiser Aurora) is immovably entwined with the Communist Revolution of 1917. To the Russian individuals, this historic war vessel and its team symbolizes the ship that shot the flag empty shell shot that professedly began the October Revolution. Russia's most established surviving maritime vessel, this 7600 ton ship is currently a drifting gallery on the River Neva since 1956. There is no passage expense and it has visits that take you inside the engine room where there is a decent determination of data about the ship. For photography lovers, remember to convey your camera along to take a few photos of the Kreiser Avrora.