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Tourists Are Offered a Live Webcam Walk through St. Petersburg
26.12.2011 13:10
Tourists Are Offered a Live Webcam Walk through St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg

A new project VPiter gives an opportunity to see St. Petersburg online. The company launched 19 live webcams that help tourists to take a virtual walk through the main attractions of the city. 

      The network of high-definition webcams with good sound allow to see St Isaac's Cathedral and Kazan Cathedral, Nevsky Prospekt (Nevsky Avenue), bridges and embankments. In addition to usual cameras, the project involved the panoramic ones that give an excellent view. One of the panoramic cameras is situated on the Admiralty spire, the other – on the spire of Peter and Paul Cathedral. Two cameras - at 47 Nevsky Prospekt and in the Peter and Paul Fortress – are placed here specially for helping tourists to “say hello” to family and friends.

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Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism St. Petersburg Russian Internet   

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