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Kamennoostrovsky Prosp 19 and 24, St. Petersburg, North-West Russia, 197101, Russia
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Blue building near Cruiser Aurora


I recently returned from a trip to St. Petersburg, and am setting up my photo album. I have a beautiful photo of the Cruiser Aurora with a large, blue building with white trim in the background. Could someone please identify that building for me. I hate to have pictures and not know their subjects.

Re: Blue building near Cruiser Aurora

by TheWanderingCamel

It's the Nakhimov Naval Academy

Re: Blue building near Cruiser Aurora

by Morozov

Is it?
It's Nakhimov Naval College. Young students began study here from 11-13 years of ages, study period is 5-7 years. This building was laid in 1903 for anniversary of 200 years of Sankt Petersburg (architect – Dmitriev A.V.) as Peter the Great’s public school house.

Re: Blue building near Cruiser Aurora

by mumymama

Nakhimov Navy School is located right opposite the Aurora Cruiser

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Museums in St. Petersburg

by Michael_D

Museums in St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg is not without reason referred to by local residents as the gorod muzei or "city of museums."

Academy of Fine Arts Museum - On the bank of the northern bank of the Neva River behind the imported and ancient Egyptian sphinxes.

The Applied Art Museum - One of the more underrated museums in the city, the historic Applied Art Museum boasts permanent exhibits of about 3000 original items .

Beloselsky-Belozersky Palace - This mid-19th century era palace houses the City Cultural Center and has a varied cultural program.

Central Railway Museum - Established in 1813, the museum has more than in-house 50,000 exhibits, which depict the development of the railways in Russia.

The Cottage Palace in Peterhof / Petrodvorets - 30 km west of St. Petersburg on the Gulf of Finland, is the cottage where Peter the Great was quartered while building an estate called Petrodvorets or Peter's Palace.

Cruiser Aurora - Famous for firing the first shot in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, the cruiser has been turned into a floating museum.

Dostoyevsky Memorial Museum - The museum opened in 1971 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of the great Russian novelist. He spent the last years of his life here writing "The Brothers Karamazov" here.

The Hermitage Museum - A world-class museum founded in 1764.

The Marble Palace - A branch of the Russian Museum.

The Mikhailovsky (St. Michael's) Castle - A branch of the Russian Museum The Central Navy Museum - Founding on Peter the Great's decree in 1709, the museum is one of the oldest in the city. The museum is dedicated to Russian naval history.

Peter and Paul Fortress - This is the oldest building in St. Petersburg. Be sure to visit the baroque interior of the SS Peter & Paul cathedral with its landmark golden needle spire.

Alexander Pushkin Museum and Memorial Apartment - The museum honoring the great Russian writer and poet opened in 1949 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Pushkin's birth and is the oldest literary museum in Russia.

Russian Ethnography Museum - Houses an exhibit of the culture and life of the more than 150 peoples of Russia including various adornments, cut objects, embroidery, folk costumes, furs and weapons.

The Russian Museum - Founded in 1898, this is the largest and most complete museum of Russian art. The museum's collection of art is housed in the Mikhailovsky Palace

St Isaac's Cathedral - The lavish interior of the grandiose and skyline-dominating cathedral completed in 1858 and designed by French architect Ricard de Montferrand

The Stroganov Palace - The palace is currently being restored

The Summer Palace Of Emperor Peter The Great - houses a permanent collection of Peter the Great's personal belongings

The Yelagin Palace - Completed in 1822 and designed by renowned architect Karl Rossi, the palace was the summer home of Empress Maria Fedorovna.

The Yusupov Palace - A marvel of 18th and 19th century architecture and home to one of the wealthiest and powerful pre-Revolutionary Russian families, the palace is also famous as the site where Gregory Rasputin was murdered in 1916.

Zoological Museum - The museum has an impressive display of over 40,000 exhibits of fauna from every continent and climate.

Visit Vassily's Island and...

by barcodex

Visit Vassily's Island and look at two famous marmor columns. The Neva River is the city's greatest beauty and the greatest danger at the same time. Water level in the river often rises for some meters. That day I took this picture, Neva was quiet and covered with ice.

Institut français de Saint-Pétersbourg

by Klod5

Ouvert en 1992 par un accord intergouvernemental franco-russe, l'Institut français de Saint-Pétersbourg est l'un des 138 établissements culturels à l'étranger géré par le Ministère des Affaires étrangères français.
L'Institut français a pour mission de mieux faire connaître la France contemporaine et sa culture à Saint-Pétersbourg et dans la région Nord-Ouest de la Russie ainsi que de promouvoir les échanges intellectuels, artistiques et universitaires.
Le Service de communication fournit tous les renseignements concernant les manifestations organisées par l'Institut français, et coordonne la cooperation audio-visuelle avec les médias locaux.
Le Service des manifestations culturelles organise tout au long de l'année des manifestations artistiques, culturelles, intellectuelles les plus représentatives de la création française contemporaine. Il initie et soutient aussi la cooperation entre artistes français et russes.
La Médiathèque-centre d'information met à disposition du public un grand choix de livres, revues et journaux, films et musiques qu'il est possible de consulter ou emprunter sur différents supports. Son espace multimédia permet la consultation de l'Internet ou de cédéroms.
Le Centre d'information sur la France contemporaine fournit un vaste ensemble d'informations sur la France contemporaine dans tous les domaines possibles. Il répond à toutes les demandes de renseignements concernant la France de la part de professionnels ou de particuliers.
Le Bureau EduFrance assiste les étudiants qui desirent étudier en France et communique toutes les informations sur l'enseignement en France.

L'Institut travaille en coopération avec le Centre de Langue Française qui offre la possibilité aux enseignants de langue française de perfectionner leurs compétences, et le Collège Universitaire Français.
Enfin l'Institut français de Saint-Pétersbourg travaille en partenariat avec l'Alliance Française.

20, quai de la Moïka
191186 Saint-Pétersbourg


by bugulma

It was great experience of mine to have a yachting trip in Finnish Bay. It was my first trip on the yacht and it was very exciting when it's only water around you. During 8-hours trip there was a sunny weather, then it was raining and sun came again. Very exciting trip


by tvdm

The neighbourhood around Narvskaya subway station is good fun. There are few tourists here, maybe only around the Narva Arch, but other than that it's very Russian. There are good bars, nice little shops and former communist propaganda is still on display here. The fun starts immediately after looking around Narvskaya subway station: hammers and sickels everywhere!


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