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This is a beautiful building not all that far from the Hermitage. We walked by it a number of times during our five days in St. Petersburg. We were there at the same time as the World Cup and there was a tent right in...More
This distinctive tower is visible from various spots and angles throughout the immediate area. It is quite a standout when viewed from the area of St. Isaac's and you see this gold spire in the distance. It is part of the Admiralty complex.
Huge yellow building taking up several blocks along the river -- across from the Winter Palace. The Admiralty was build as a shipyard by Peter the Great (1704-11). Building is U-shaped and served as headquarters for the Russian navy. Rebuilt in 1806. Closed to public,...More
This is a nice building and whichever aspect you view from it’s great to spend time here. From the River Neva side it’s good but best to view it from the park. It’s close the St Isaacs Cathedral which can be viewed from the sand...More