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Sightseeing tour of Saint-Petersburg
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During this charming tour you will visit the most interesting places and see the splendid architectural masterpieces of St.Petesburg: the Fine Arts Square and the Russian Museum, the beautiful Church of Resurrection on Spilled Blood, the Field of Mars, the Alexandriinsky Drama Theater, the Smolny Cathedral, classical buildings of Senate & Synod , the Bronze Horseman, the Palace Square, the Cruiser Aurora and many more. You will have several stops on the route, to make photos of the splendid panoramas of the magnificient Saint-Petersburg.1130
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Tour to Hermitage museum
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The State Hermitage museum proudly claims to be one of the oldest and largest museums in the world. It was founded in 1764 by Catherine the Great, and is opened to the public since 1852. The museum consists of 5 historical buildings, including the Winter Palace – the former residence of Russian tsars. The buildings of the museum, by themselves, are true architectural masterpieces. The Hermitage collections numbers to more than 3 millions of items – from prehistorical to modern times, including the largest collection of paintings in the world. The museum owns a great number of Italian Renaissance and French Impressionist paintings, as well as outstanding collections of works by Rembrandt, Picasso, and Matisse. Visitors may also take advantage of the excellent collection of Egyptian, Greek and Roman antiquities, exhibits of Siberian and Central Asian art. Visit to the State Hermitage is undoubtedly the main excursion, that has to be done, during the visit to Saint-Petersburg.1155
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Excursion to Russian Museum
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The State Russian Museum is keeping the world’s largest collection of Russian fine art. It was established in 1895 and opened in 1898 by the decree of the Tsar Nicholas II. From its early days, the collection was placed in the Mikhailovsky Palace, which was built for Mikhail Pavlovich – the son of the Tsar Pavel I. The Museum collection consists of paintings, sculptures, graphics, decorative and applied arts. Today, it is a unique depository of artistic treasures, a leading restoration center, an authoritative institute of academic research, a major educational center and the nucleus of a network of national museums of art. The Museum collection contains nearly 400.000 exhibits. The main complex of museum buildings – the Mikhailovsky Palace and Benois Wing – houses the permanent exhibition of the Russian Museum, tracing the entire history of Russian art from the 10th to the 20th centuries. The museum collection represents all forms, genres, schools and movements of russian art.1155
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Excursion to the Yusupov Palace
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The excursion to Yusupov palace on Moika is also a touch to one of Saint-Petersburg and russian history secrets. Yusupov’s were one of the richest noble families in Imperial Russia, tracking the family origins back to the 6th century A.D. you will know about the history of this famous family, about the Yusupovs curse, that mystically followed them through the centuries. The marvellous interiors of the palace will tell many stories, including the last one, about the deathly opposition of the last Prince felix Yusupov and the last favourite of the last russian Tzar – misterious Grigoriy Rasputin. The conspiracy, leaded by the young Felix, had started in this walls, and the final act of this drama, of a truly historical importance, did also happened here. The small and dark room in the basement of the palace is still keeping the scary secret of the last day of Rasputin.1190
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Excursion to Saint-Isaak Cathedral
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The beautiful St. Isaac Cathedral (Isaakievskiy Cathedral) was built during the reign of the Tsar Alexander I. The project was designed by the French-born architect Auguste de Montferrand. It took almost 40 years to construct the cathedral, under Montferrand’s direction, from 1818 to 1858. It was dedicated to the patron saint of Peter the Great – Saint Isaac of Dalmatia. During the Soviet era, the building of the Cathedral was turned into the museum of atheism. A Foucault pendulum was set inside, to demonstrate to the people that the earth is turning. Despite its huge size and standalone position, the dome had luckily survived during the World War II, and the days of the Blockade of the Leningrad. At that time it was overpainted in gray, to avoid being seen by the enemy aircrafts. The cathedral has a neoclassical exterior, it is set by the traditional Russian-Byzantine formula of a Greek-cross plan with a large central dome and four subsidiary domes. The interior of the dome was initially decorated with paintings of the great Russian masters, that were later replaced with mosaics.1140
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Excursion to the Grand Palace and Park in Peterhof
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Peterhof, that is often called “Russian Versailles” or “The Capital of Fountains”, is possibly, the most famous and spectacular Imperial estate in St. Petersburg, a town of parks, palaces, and fountains. It is located on the coast of the Gulf of Finland. Peterhof was the favourite summer estate of Peter the Great and for a long period of time it was the official residence of Romanovs dynasty. The idea of creating the whole architectural ensemble, the basic planning of design, the projects of decorations art belongs in person to Peter the Great. The construction of the new Summer residence had started in 1714, and its grand opening was held on 15 August 1723. The Grand Palace, with it’s fascinating and magnificient interiors, stays on the top of a high seashore, overlooking the Lower Park. The Lower Park is situated between the Grand Palace and the coast of the Gulf of Finland. It is famous for the world’s largest system of fountains, spread under the parks lands. The unique fountain system of the park was designed in the 18th century and doesn’t require the use of any pumps to operate the fountains. There are three major cascades and over 140 fountains in the park. The most impressive is the Grand Cascade, located directly below the Grand Palace and featuring an breathtaking golden statue of Samson grasping the mighty jaws of the lion.1220
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Excursion to the Catherine’s Palace, Amber Chamber and Park in Pushkin
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A small town of Pushkin is located at 25 km south of St. Petersburg. Historically, the estate was called “Saarskaya Myza”, but later, in 1724, when the Russian Empress Catherine I had ordered to built here a palace, and lay a park, it was renamed to “Tsarskoe Selo” (Royal Village). The unique architectural ensemble of Pushkin is world known for its elegant palaces and pavilions, landscape parks and ponds. It has inspired many celebrated Russian poets, painters and musicians to create their masterpieces in music and art. Many world famous and higly-talented russian architects, like Rastrelli, Rinaldi, Cameron, Zemtsov, Chevakinskiy, Neelov were invited to work here, and set here their’s beautiful creations. In 1937 the name of the town was changed to “Pushkin”, in memory of the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin and his tragic death. The famous amber room is located inside the Catherine’s Palace. It was presented to Peter the Great by the Prussian King Frederick William. The 16-feet panels were constructed of more than 100.000 pieces of amber, perfectly fitted to each other. During the World War II the Nazis dismantled the amber panels and shipped them to Germany, and they have never been found. Many Russians believe that they still exist somewhere in Germany. Russian artists and restorers began to recreate the Amber Room in the the early 1980’s, using the old techniques. The room was finally opened to the public in 2003. The Catherine’s Park is located around the Catherine’s Palace. It combines both a formal garden and a landscape park. The Formal Park, is placed directly behind the Catherine Palace. It was designed by the italian architect Rastrelli. The English landscape Park, which runs to the south of the Cameron Gallery, was laid out by the English architect Johann Busch. This park is centered around the Great Pond and has an extremely varied range of beautiful buildings and monuments. To the west of the Great Pond, there is one more, different area, known as the Italian Park. It also has a number of picturesque buildings.1170
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Excursion to The Paul’s Palace and Park in Pavlovsk
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The Pavlovsk Palace and park ensemble is located 27 kilometers away from St.Petersburg. Pavlovsk Palace was the favorite summer residence of Paul I, son of Russian Empress Catherine II, who gave him this lands as a present. The Pavlovsk Palace was built in 1779. It’s interiors were decorated to the tastes of Paul I and his wife Maria Fyodorovna. British architect Charles Cameron spent over twenty years of his life to create the Pavlovsk ensemble. His work was continued by the architect Brenna. The Pavlovsk Park, one of the biggest parks in Europe, is beautiful and peaceful. It preserves the spirit of Russia. From it’s very beginning it was laid as an English landscape park, therefore it is different to the French regular gardens in Peterhof and Tsarskoe Selo. Pavlovsk park is very poetic, and resembles a forest, with lots of trees, huge fields, small rivers and several pavilions spread over this great territory. The Pavlovsk Park is one of the precious pearls of the world landscape art.1175
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