The garden was laid out in 18th c. as a part of Yusupov's mansion, but was later sold to the state. For the first time, it was opened for the public in the middle of the 19th c. and it's still o...Read More
Every corner of Pavlovsk Park and every inch of the palace interior were carefully crafted by the finest artists and designers of the day.
This park's was designed, by Charles Cameron an...Read More
Dargavs is a settlement in Prigorodny District of the Republic of North Ossetia–Alania, Russia, located on the Gizeldon River. The people of the nearby village used to bury their dead family and...Read More
The monastery was founded as Holy Trinity Monastery by Sergius of Radonezh when he, with his brother Stephen, established a cell and a simple chapel to begin lives of ascetic seclusion in the fo...Read More
This place is rich in wide open spaces, especially in a good winter. Here is the equestrian club, where you can ride horses, as well as watch competitions in jumping.Read More
In the center of the old Saint Petersburg, in one of its most spectacular and romantic curves, the Fontanka river bank has gained the love of the city and its visitors not only for its impressiv...Read More
Alexander Park located directly to the west of the Catherine Palace covers around 200 hectares. The park begins with what is left of the New Garden, a square encompassed by the Cross Canal and d...Read More
This is a tight and winding canal running through the very heart of St. Petersburg, between and for most of its length parallel to the Fontanka and Moyka Rivers.
The canal's bank i...Read More
Now, Peterhof is about an hour away from Saint Petersburg and it took me most of the day to visit.
Peterhof Palace was built in 1703 by Peter the Great. He got the inspiration for the pa...Read More
As St. Petersburg's oldest living botanical garden, is a 100-year-old garden is a home to some of the oldest tropical plants in the region. The Garden was established in 1714 by the order of Pet...Read More
If you are a nature lover, Kamchatka is well worth a visit! Kamchatka offers vast, untouched wilderness with opportunities to see wildlife and landscapes like no other. Whatever visa you have fo...Read More
At the start of the 19th century an avenue was laid out along the front of the main Admiralty, and very quickly became a popular place for the Petersburg aristocracy to walk and exchange the lat...Read More
The easternmost extension of the Gulf is a shallow sound known as Neva Bay where you can spot a large number of lighthouses, many historic and some quite modern. For centuries lighthouse played ...Read More
Located at the heart of St. Petersburg this palace was named after the daughter of Emperor Nicolas I, the Great Princess Mary and was designed by Andrey Stackenschneider.
The land on whi...Read More
This is a nice place about nature and quiet. Autumn colors are very especial there. You can stay there for a picnic time. Photographers can make there some wonderful shots!Read More
The Amber Room discovered in Catherine Palace that draws many guests every year. Visitors not only come to appreciate the beautiful halls and the lavish decoration but also to won...Read More
One of the most elegant and peaceful collections of architecture in the world, Palace Square remains the main public space of St. Petersburg after nearly three centuries.
The Winte...Read More
This is one of the best kept public spaces in St. Petersburg and a popular hiking spot.
The best time to visit a park or a garden is during the Summer when the weather in Saint Petersbur...Read More
Obvodny Canal is the area of factories and plants that created the industrial revolution in St. Petersburg and Russia.
Obvodny Canal is an important waterway between the port and the upp...Read More
Lake Baikal, situated in central Siberia, not far from Mongolia, is the world's oldest, most profound, and the largest lake in terms of volume. Sometimes called the ""Pearl of Siberia"" or the ...Read More