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The Russian Museum is the largest collection of Russian art in the world. Here you can see works by Andrei Rublev, Ilya Repin (including the famous paintings “Barge Haulers on the Volga” and “Zaporozhtsy write a letter to the Turkish Sultan”), Karl Bryullov (including “Last Day of Pompeii” and…
Must-visit museum with the quickest access by metro (about 20 min). World-famous of Russian art masterpieces, collection started by Alexander III and continued through XX-XXI centuries.
One of the largest collections of Russian fine art reside in this museum - a must see if you're an art fan.
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“The second-largest art museum in the world, it was founded in 1764 when Empress Catherine the Great acquired an impressive collection of paintings from the Berlin merchant Johann Ernst Gotzkowsky. ”
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“Peter and Paul Fortress marks the very spot St. Petersburg was founded. It was here, Tsar Peter erected a small wooden hut in 1703 AD and oversaw the construction of the mighty fortress. The bell tower of the Peter and Paul Cathedral. Peter and Paul Fortress also played the most crucial role during the Russian revolution and was later used as a prison. Make sure to tour the walls (you will have to pay a little extra fee) and enjoy the beautiful view of the river Newa and the Winter Palace on the other side. Read my full guide to Peter and Paul Fortress here.”
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“the Savior on blood is the closest sightseeing from our flat its just opposite the windows”
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“ Here you can buy clothes of well-known companies, household appliances, shoes, electronics, accessories. The mall also has its own cinema and entertainment center for children.”
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