Russian Museum The Hermitage is undoubtedly the most impressive museum in St. However, this should not discourage you from visiting the Russian Museum.Lesser known, it occupies four magnificent palaces of the city center.
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The city has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage since 1990. Petersburg has changed names several times: it was renamed Petrograd from 1914 to 1924 and Leningrad from 1924 to 1991 before returning to its original name after a referendum in 1991. One can spend days at the Hermitage Museum contemplating Egyptian mummies and Picasso paintings.
Built on an uninhabited swamp, the imperial capital is now a grand metropolis, whose majesty continues to dazzle visitors. For nightlife, the long summer days when the sun goes down just below the horizon, the "White Nights" are legendary.
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Members only see intersection of what they are looking for and what other members are looking for. Free messaging and status posting for undergraduates (5 messages/day limit).Famous for its five "onion" bulbs of different sizes, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood is as breathtaking from the inside as it is from the outside with marble inlay floors, walls and mosaics by Smalte which tell the story of the New Testament.Tsarskoye Selo ("Tsar of the village"), probably one of the most beautiful imperial palaces of Saint Petersburg, is an idyllic place for a day trip.The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood Built from 1883 to 1907 in honor of the death of Tsar Alexander II who was killed by a bomb thrown by a Socialist terrorist at this spot while leaving the theater, this neo-Muscovite style church resembles Basil the Blessed in Moscow, but is much more refined and better decorated.Saved by Russian scientists miraculously during the Soviet period, the church served as a depot for 50 years and was restored in the 90s.Do not hesitate to climb the 262 stairs to the top to enjoy the fantastic view of the Neva, the Winter Palace and the Bronze Horseman, monumental equestrian statue of Peter I, made by Etienne Falconet.