The Great Mosque of St. Petersburg is the biggest Mosque in the European part of Russia. The St. Petersburg Mosque is one of the largest in Europe - it can accommodate up to 5,000 people - St. Petersburg, Russia
The Lakhta Center in St. Petersburg has Europe's tallest skyscraper. The tower was initially planned to loom over the low-slung historic center of St. Petersburg but an outcry from locals and a warning from UNESCO that the tower's central placement would "damage the image of Russia" led to the original plan being scrapped. In 2011, a parcel of land, around 10 kilometers northwest of St. Petersburg's historic center, was purchased and Gasprom started building the tower in 2015 – St. Petersburg, Russia
The Church of the Ascension, was built on a tsarist estate (Kolomenskoye) near Moscow in 1532 (very much within Moscow’s borders today) to commemorate the birth of the prince that would come to be known as Ivan the Terrible. It may command the attention of the casual visitor today, but was revolutionary at the time: this was the first tent-roofed ecclesiastical structure in stone built in Russia and it had an enormous impact on Orthodox architecture going forward, becoming something akin to a national style. This church, with its one dome, represented an enormous break with the standard church style of having five domes on four pillars. The walls are several meters thick, but the tall ceilings give the cathedral an air of spaciousness - Moscow, Russia
The Peterhof Palace is located in Peterhof about 50 km outside of Saint Petersburg. The property was build in 1709 as a summer residence. After his visit to the French court in Versailles, Peter the Great expanded the property inspiring the nickname used by tourists "The Russian Versailles" – Peterhof, Russia.
St Isaac's Cathedral is one of the most famous attractions in St Petersburg. Its gilded dome dominates the city skyline and can be seen even far out into the Gulf of Finland. It is the fourth largest cathedral in the world following St Peter’s in Rome, St Paul’s in London and Santa Maria del Fiore in Florence; and the major Orthodox basilica in Russia...: St. Petersburg, Russia.
People relaxing on the beach of the Peter and Paul fortress with a backdrop of the Hermitage and the Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood - St. Petersburg, Russia
The Moscow metro is the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to get around Moscow. Most of the elegant and clean station are marble-faced, frescoes, gilded work of arts. When you are getting around the city by metro there is no need to visit museums...- Moscow, Russia
Enjoying a wonderful panoramic view whilst having dinner at Ruski, the highest restaurant in Moscow City and in Europe - Moscow, Russia
View on the Kremlin from the Patriarshy Bridge. The bridge is a steel pedestrian box girder bridge that spans Moskva River and Vodootvodny Canal, connecting Cathedral of Christ the Saviour with Bersenevka in downtown Moscow. It was built in 2004, designed by Mikhail Posokhin - - Russia, Moscow.
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