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Unusual Past of St. Petersburg Squares
St. Petersburg celebrates its 317th anniversary. Let's recall the impressive history of four St. Petersburg squares.
The Kunstkamera Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography in St. Petersburg
One of the first Russian museums, Kunstkamera with rarities and curiosities was founded by Peter I back in 1714.
Next Year to Be Year of Peter the Great in Russia and France Relations
The year 2017 will mark the 300th anniversary since the visit of the first Russian Emperor to Paris.
Russian Culture of the 18th Century
The 18th century became truly earthshaking in the history of Russia. It was the time of radical changes caused by Peter Is reforms. Peter the Great made a U-turn for Russia towards the West. This turn and its consequences for development of Russia and Russian culture became controversy for scientists and thinkers, from the 19th century till nowadays.


Antwerp elebrated 300th Anniversary Since Peter the Great's Visit to Belgium
The exhibition Russian Samovars was organized in the Antwerp Town Hall, where you could taste Russian cuisine.
Dugout of Peter I Found in Derbent
A mud hut of Peter I found in Derbent (Dagestan) will be restored for the 2000th anniversary of the city.
Monument to Ship Built by Peter I to Appear in St. Petersburg
Monument to the first linear ship Poltava will be set up in St. Petersburg.
Exhibition Of Only One Exhibit Match Your Great Great-Grandfather
The State Museum-Reserve Gatchina will open the exhibition of only one exhibit Match your Great great-grandfather representing the Portrait of Grand Duke Pavel Petrovich as a Child. Portrait of Grand Duke Pavel Petrovich as a Child is the masterpiece flowed from the brush of an eminent Russian artist, founder of Russian school of academic painting A.P. Losenko.
Tsars Ship Launched
A replica yacht of Peter the Great was launched on Solovetsky Islands.
Monument to Peter the Great and Central House of Artist to Remain on their Places
The prefect of the Central Administrative District of Moscow Sergey Baidakov has assured that the much-spoken-of monument to Peter I towering over the city center will not be shifted.

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