Saint Petersburg in snow

The end of November was unexpectedly spent in the Northern Venice, St. Petersburg.  Yes, that hostile city I hate. And yet I don’t miss any opportunity to go there.

Why do I suddenly start to remember things that took place three months ago? Because only today I’ve developed photos.

The Palace Square.

The Palace Square.

Saint Isaac's Cathedral.

Saint Isaac's Cathedral.

Obligatory tourist photo: view from Saint Isaac's Cathedral.

Obligatory tourist photo: view from Saint Isaac's Cathedral.

Saint Isaac's domes.

Snow.

At Sasha Pushkin's place.

Tsarskoye Selo.

 

Tsarskoye Selo.

Tsarskoye Selo.

Tsarskoye Selo. Catherine Palace. The ballroom.

 

Tsarskoye Selo. Catherine Palace. The ballroom window.

Neva.

 

Neva.

Neva.

And the clouds filled the sky.

 

Saint Isaac at night.

 

Our window view. The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood (oh, there's so much poetry in its name!)

The little champagne heaven.

 

Snowflakes and @totalcensorship.

And in addition:

 

End of December, Moscow. Ice rain.

End of December, Moscow. Ice rain.

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~ by Anna on February 15, 2011.

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