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I'm a little surprised that this deserves its own ratings on TripAdvisor. It's something you'll see if you go to the fortress and nothing you should make a special trip to see.
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A very small head and huge hands. I am not sure of the message from the artist, and I understand that the local community is unsure what to make of it, but it does serve as a talking point about the founder of the city.
This somewhat strange statue of Peter the Great is located inside the Peter and Paul Fortress not too far away from the Cathedral. It's a modern representation of Peter the Great and his head seems disproportionately small in relation to the rest of the statue....More
Those spooky long fingers and micro-small head cannot possibly be a compliment to the great Peter. It was designed and made in the USA (well, that explains a lot, maybe Hollywood?) The face is a mask cast of the actual Peter the Great, before his...More
There is a peculiar statue in the Peter and Paul Fortress that is worth spending a few minutes to see during visits. It is 1.9 meter sculpture created by Russian sculptor Mihail Chemiakin and erected in 1991 in front of the Museum of the History...More