Памятники

Здания, статуи, обелиски Санкт-Петербурга

В Санкт-Петербурге много красивых и очень интересных исторических и современных памятников, которые можно легко посетить во время однодневных экскурсий по городу и его окрестностям. На самом деле Санкт-Петербург называют живым памятником, ведь многие его улицы, здания и места построены всемирно известными художниками. Прежде чем посетить то или иное место, узнайте о нем побольше.

Anichkov bridge in St Petersburg (panorama view)

One of the first and the most popular bridges in St Petersburg - the Anichkov bridge. It’s among three bridges that follow the Nevsky Prospekt and cross the Fontanka river. Having wonderful sculptures of horses, this bridge is easy to recognize and memorize. Anichkov bridge…

The Statue of Chizhik-Pyzhik

Tiny, only 11 centimeter-long, the statue of a siskin is well-known in St Petersburg and even called a lucky bird. It is one of the smallest monuments in St Petersburg of almost 5 kilos in weight, installed near the First Engineering Bridge, in 1994. The…

Bank Bridge in Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Bank bridge is a beautiful pedestrian bridge that is protected by wonderful and mysterious myth griffons. It is one of the three “animal” bridges of Saint Petersburg, situated on the Griboedov Canal. The bridge opens a fascinating view on such city attractions as Nevsky…

Moscow Gates in Saint Petersburg, Russia

Moscow Triumphal Gate was constructed in 1834-1838 by the architect Vasily Stasov. The monument is located on the way to Saint Petersburg from the south of Moscow outpost. Working on the reconstruction of the Narva Triumphal Gate, the architect started projecting the Moscow arch. Stasov…

Narva Triumphal Gate in Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg is known for their sights dedicated to the triumph of the Russian weapon. One of the most impressive attractions is the Narva Triumphal Gate or, the Narva Triumphal Arch. This wonderful construction in the Empire style was erected in 1814 in honor of…

Fountain on Lenin Square in Saint Petersburg, Russia

Lenin Square is located in a comfortable traffic intersection between Finland Railway Station and the Neva river. History in brief Up to the 18th century, that area was called “The wolf’s field”. It was a cattle pasture and a city dump. A part of it…

Marsovo Field in St Petersburg

This park complex is situated in the center of St Petersburg and is now known as a place for resting and doing sports. It’s not only beautiful and tidy, but also surrounded by a variety of popular city sights. The ensemble of the Marsovo field…