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St-Petersburg for Children

  • Zoological Museum
  • Russia in Miniature
  • Wonder Island
  • Delfinarium
  • Upsala Circus
  • Lego Land

 

Jewish St-Petersburg

  • Synagoge
  • Jewish Cemetery

 

Diamonds are forever

  • Faberge Museum
  • The Diamond Gallery
  • The Golden Room

 

 Theatrical St-Petersburg

  • Mariinsky Theatre Backstage tour
  • Usupov Palace Backstage tour

 

Literary St-Petersburg

  •  Dostoyevsky Museum
  •  Pushkin Museum
  •  Nekropolis

 

Siege of Leningrad Tour

  •  War Memorial
  •  Piskarevsky Cemetery
  •  Siege Museum

 

Russian Orthdox Tour

  •  Lavra
  •  Kazan Cathedral
  •  Church of the Savior
  •  Ksenia the Blessed Chapel
  •  John of Kronstad Monastery

 

St-Petersburg Helicopter tour

 

 

St-Petersburg Gourmet Tour

 

 

Saint Peter's Burgh - The City of Peter the Great

  •  The Menshikov palace
  •  The Winter Palace of Peter the Great
  •  The Log Cabin of peter the Great
  •  Bronse Horseman
  •  Peter&Paul Fortress

Facts about Russia

Facts about Russia. Part 1.

Facts about Russia. Part 1.

Saint-Petersburg was the capital of the Russian Empire between 1712 and 1918.

Starting from the end of the 15th century Moscow played the leading role in the political, economic and cultural development of Russia, but in 1712 Peter the Great ordered to move the capital to the banks of the Neva. His aim was to built long-term political relations with European countries, to develop trade with ports of western Europe and to establish cultural exchange between Russia and the rest of the world. St-Petersburg, built right on the southern coast of the Gulf of Finland, was destined to become Russia's “window on Europe”.

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Facts about Russia. Part 2.

Facts about Russia. Part 2.

St-Petersburg is the birthplace of Russian porcelain

Porcelain first appeared in China between the 4th and the 6th centuries, in 1710 the first porcelain workshop in Europe was established in Meissen ( Saxony ). The technology involved in the manufacture of chinaware in Meissen was, as in China, a close-locked secret.

Russian chemist Dmitriy Vinogradov discovered the secret of porcelain production in 1746. It was at Vinogradov's pottery shop that first samples of russian-made porcelain appeared. Later on the workshop was expanded and accommodated the Emperial Porcelain Factory.

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St. Petersburg and Moscow Tour

St. Petersburg and Moscow Tour

During out trip to Russia we enjoyed both cities – Moscow and St-Petersburg. Everything was very good & the guides were very cooperative.

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