This street contains much that is paradoxical and intriguing. The poet Anna Akhmatova lived here during periods of great ... More
This street contains much that is paradoxical and intriguing. The poet Anna Akhmatova lived here during periods of great difficulty during World War II. Further down the avenue towards the river stands Bolshoi Dom, a monstrous building notorious for having been the very place where those suspected of crimes against the state were interrogated or tortured. Nowadays this chilling and imposing place with armed police patrolling nearby is the headquarters of the St. Petersburg FSB (the new title for the security services after the fall of communism). Liteyny Prospekt starts at Liteyny Bridge and ends at Nevsky Prospekt . It is also a great shopping street, so you can window shop while you admire the history.
Comfortable hotel in the centre of St.Petersburg.Located on the main Nevsky Prospekt and close to the Moscow railway station. This
mini hotel has 28 rooms. Each room has two beds, telephone, TV, bathroom, safe. A Superior new First Class ...
The history of the cruiser Aurora is firmly intertwined with the 20th Century story of St. Petersburg. During the Communist
period it was proudly revered as the ship that (allegedly) fired the shot that (allegedly) signaled the start of ...
Situated on the corner of the Fontanka Canal and Nevskii Prospekt, the palace passed through a series of Imperial hands
before Alexander II presented it to his son Alexander III on his wedding day. In 1936, absolutely everything here ...
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