Once home to Grand Duke Sergei and his wife Grand Duchess Elizabeth in the late 19th century, the deteriorating red colored Beloselskii-Belozerskii Palace is now a wax museum and cultural center. If anything, it is one of the most fantastic looking buildings on Nevskii Prospekt . The site was acquired by the ultra-wealthy Beloselskii-Belozerskii family in 1797 and the building was erected in the mid-1800's. It is without question, one of the best examples of Russian baroque style in St Petersburg. Overlook the wax works and sneak upstairs;the rococo interiors will leave you breathless.
Dvortsovyi Most (Palace Bridge) is a drawbridge that is 250 meters long, 27.7 meters wide and stretches across the Neva
near the Winter Palace. In so doing, it connects the Admiralteiskii area of the city with Vasil'evskii Ostrov. It ...
This is the first stone building in St. Petersburg. The exterior is nothing special, but the interior is different from
any of the other palaces in the city. The former home of Russia's first Prime Minister, Alexander Menshikov, the ...
St. Petersburg??s premier five star luxury hotel features 183 guest rooms, including 26 suites, enhanced by views of Saint Isaac??s
Cathedral, Aleksandrovsky Garden, and the landmark Admiralty. Two signature St. Petersburg restaurants create see and be seen buzz, while ...