Immersed in greenery, friendly and cozy, this city - a suburb of St. Petersburg has a bright sonorous name - Pushkin since 1937, in connection with the 100th anniversary of the death of the Great Russian poet. In the past, for almost two centuries, the summer grand residence of Russian emperors - Tsarskoye Selo. The three-story Palace now ran in an almost unbroken line for over 300 meters. 80 huge French windows were set in a row decorated with balconies and separated by Giants supporting the columns.100 kilos of gold was used to decorate the palace.
Entering the St. Petersburg metro, you can easily confuse the station with a magnificent palace hall or lobby of a five-star hotel. This is not surprising! In Soviet times, subway stations were built as palaces for ordinary people. This tradition was received by the architects in the post-Soviet period. Built in the characteristic for the era style, the pompous and monumental stations of the first stage of the metro became a grandiose embodiment of the Soviet idea in architecture, a symbol of the greatness and power of the state that created them.
Being the capital of Russia for two centuries, Saint Petersburg was built according to master plans with the participation of the most talented architects of Europe and Russia. As a result, we can now enjoy the open-air museum, the historical center of St. Petersburg and some of its suburbs are included in UNESKO World Heritage List. Petersburg is a city with a rich history and cultural heritage.