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      About St. Petersburg

      St. Petersburg is a majestic city with an abundance of beautiful cathedrals, unique museums, many of whose collections were first made by Tsar Peter the Great himself, and the Hermitage as the pièce de résistance.

      This 300-year-old city is built on 42 islands and is also known as the “Venice of the North”. The city was founded by Tsar Peter the Great and was the capital of Russia until 1918. In 1914, its name was changed into the more Russian-sounding Petrograd. In 1924, the city was renamed Leningrad. The original name of St. Petersburg was not restored until 1991.

      The Hermitage is St. Petersburg’s most important tourist attraction. This enormous museum consists of six buildings, the most important of which is the Winter Palace. It has a collection of over 3 million works of art, extending all the way from the Stone Age to the 20th century. Nor should you miss the Vodka Museum, which is a museum entirely devoted to Russia’s national drink. 

      Top 10 Things To Do in St. Petersburg:

      1. Visit the Hermitage Museum, which according to the Guinness Book of World Records is the world’s largest art gallery.
      2. See a ballet or an opera at the Mariinskiy Opera and Ballet House.
      3. Make a boat tour along the rivers and canals: St. Petersburg has a total of 93 canals and 342 bridges (22 drawbridges across the Neva).
      4. Make an exciting roof tour to admire the most beautiful parts of the city from the heights of its buildings.
      5. Walk along Zodchego Rossi Street: absolutely symmetric, the width of this street is equal to the height of buildings (22 meters) and its length is exactly 10 times more (220 meters).
      6. Walk up to the colonnade of St. Isaac’s Cathedral to admire a magnificent view of the city. The St. Isaac’s Cathedral is one of the 5 highest one-dome constructions in the world. Its dome is gilded with 200 lbs of gold.
      7. Visit the ExpoForum, the first international state-of-art Convention and Exhibition Centre in St. Petersburg, inaugurated in 2014.
      8. Admire the 7,000 square meters of colourful Art Nouveau mosaics in the Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood (or Church of the Resurrection of Christ), a unique architectural monument in the world.
      9. Take part in the White Nights Festival, an annual international arts festival during the season of the midnight sun (May-June).
      10. Assist to the official opening and closing of the fountains at Peterhof, usually taking place at the end of May and September. It is an all-day festival, with classical music, fireworks and other performances.