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This square consists of a park and some open space and is noteworthy for the bronze statue of Peter the Great on a horse and the St Isaac's Cathedral nearby. Unfortunately there is also traffic on 3 sides of the square which detracts somewhat from...More
This square occupies the area between St Isaacs Square and the River Neva, ending with the statue of The Bronze Horseman looking away from the square towards the river from where presumably any threat will come. There are pleasant if unremarkable walkways among the trees...More
This square is one of the many sights/sites to see within this grand city. Located next to the river Neva, the central attraction of the square would have to be the monument to Peter the Great. Definitely worth a visit during a walk, you will...More
That is one impressive Square and Park also, with so excellent position in the wondrous City on Neva River. Here we just enjoyed in one genuine panoramic view of the Bolshaya Neva, the Alexander Garden behind, the magnificent buildings of the Senate and Synod, St....More