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- Saint Petersburg is the second largest city in Russia, politically incorporated as a federal subject. It is located on the Neva River at the head of the Gulf of Finland on the Baltic Sea. In 1914 the name of the city was changed from Saint Petersburg to Petrograd, in 1924 to Leningrad, and in 1991, back to Saint Petersburg.
- also known as Санкт-Петербург; С. Петербург; St. Petersburg, Russia; Sanktpeterburg; Sankt-Peterburg; Gorodgeroyleningrad; Gorodsanktpeterburg; Gorod Sankt-Peterburg; Gorod Leningrad; Gorod-Geroy Leningrad; Leningrad; Petrograd; St.-Petersburg; Leningrad, USSR; Saint-Petersburg; Sankt Peterburg; Saint-Petersburg, Russia; St. Petersburg
- founded on (312 years ago)
- part of Russia, Northwestern Federal District
- touristic attractions:
- Winter Palace
- Nevsky Prospect
- Peter and Paul Cathedral
- Kazan Cathedral, Saint Petersburg
- Bridges in Saint Petersburg
- Admiralty building, Saint Petersburg
- Smolny Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
- St Nicolas Cathedral in Saint Petersburg
- Central Saint Petersburg
- Saint Michael's Castle
- Hermitage Museum
- Peter and Paul Fortress
- Church of the Savior on Blood
- Saint Isaac's Cathedral
- Russian Museum
- Mariinsky Theatre
- Leningrad Zoo
- Peterhof Palace
- Catherine Palace
- award: - Hero City
- official website: eng.gov.spb.ru
- Saint Petersburg a.k.a. St. Petersburg is a city in Pinellas County, Florida, United States. As of the 2013 census estimate, the population was 249,688, making St. Petersburg the 5th most populous city in the state of Florida and the largest city in Florida that is not a county seat. St. Petersburg is the second largest city in the Tampa Bay Area, composed of roughly 2.8 million residents, making it the second largest Metropolitan Statistical Area in the state. It is also a popular vacation destination for both American and foreign tourists.
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- Saint Petersburg a.k.a. St. Petersburg is a borough in Clarion County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 400 at the 2010 census.
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There are other places with in their name, like Saint Petersburg Conservatory, Saint Petersburg State University, Saint Petersburg State Medical Academy, Saint Petersburg Polytechnical University, Saint Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy, Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Saint Petersburg State Institute of Technology.
"Saint Petersburg" a.k.a. "St. Petersburg" is a song from British rock band Supergrass' 2005 album, Road to Rouen. It was released on 8 August 2005 as the first single from the album and charted at #22 in the UK Singles Chart.
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"Saint Petersburg" is a 2010 Iranian comedy film directed by Behrouz Afkhami. Peyman Ghassemkhani, Mohsen Tanabandeh, Bahareh Rahnama, Shila Khodadad, Amin Hayai, Soroush Sehhat and Andisheh Fooladvand were among the actors and Peiman Ghasemkhani wrote the screenplay. The film deals with the relation of a robber with the last tsar family of Romanovs.
- also known as سن پطرزبورگ, سن پطرزبورک
- country: Iran
- language: Persian Language
- director: Behruz Afkhami
- genre: Comedy
- released in (6 years ago)
Saint Petersburg is a card-driven designer board game, with the design of the game credited to Michael Tummelhofer, a pseudonym for Michael Bruinsma, Jay Tummelson and Bernd Brunnhofer. Most of the design work was done by Brunnhofer. The game was published in 2004 by Hans im Glück and Rio Grande Games, and won the Deutscher Spiele Preis and International Gamers Award for that year.
- also known as St. Petersburg
- designers: Jay Tummelson, Michael Bruinsma, Bernd Brunnhofer
- genres: German-style, Board game
- publishers: Hans im Glück, Rio Grande Games, 999 Games
Saint Petersburg a.k.a. Saint-Petersburg: “Saint-Petersburg” is a 3-star hotel in the historical center of Saint-Petersburg located on the Pirogovskaya embankment, 5. The hotel was founded in 1970.
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by Charles Herbert Sylvester, William Francis Rocheleau
Saint Petersburg is a great commercial and industrial center, ...
Big Boys Don't Cry (2017)
An Autobiography by Dr. Willie McCarney by Willie McCarney
Saint Petersburg is a beautiful city, with so much to see. Unfortunately we didn't have as much time as we would have liked. One half day was given over to meeting with the Appeal Court judge who took key responsibility for those judges in ...
by David H. Stam
Saint Petersburg : Izd-vo Rossiiskoi National«noi Biblioteki, 1996 Gosudarstvennaia Publichnaia ...
The Silk Road Encyclopedia (2016)
by Su-il Jeong
” Saint Petersburg is the secondlargest city in Russia, founded by Tsar Peter the Great (1672–1725), located at a latitude of sixty ...
by Emily Freeman Brown
Saint Petersburg Conservatory. See Rimsky-Korsakov Saint Petersburg State Conservatory. Saint Petersburg Philharmonic. Established in 1882, it is Russia's oldest orchestra. In its early years, it performed privately for the court of Alexander III ...
The Dostoevsky Encyclopedia (2004)
by K. A. Lantz
Saint Petersburg News (Sankt- Peterburgskie vedomosti) Daily newspaper, published under the auspices of the Russian Academy of Sciences from 1728 to 1875 and then by the Ministry of Education.
SAINT PETERSBURG St. Petersburg controlled over 50 per cent of the total foreign trade of Russia. During the last quarter of the nineteenth century, however, the total trade of St. Petersburg absolutely decreased, ...
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