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  1. St. Petersburg a.k.a. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. St. Petersburg is a borough in Clarion County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 400 at the 2010 census.
    • also known as St. Petersburg, Pennsylvania; Saint Petersburg; Saint Petersburg, Pennsylvania; Clarion County / St. Petersburg borough
    • part of Pennsylvania, Clarion County

There are other places with in their name, like St. Petersburg Pier, St. Petersburg High School, Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater and St. Petersburg State Medical Academy.


  1. "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.
    • also known as Saint Petersburg
  2. "St. Petersburg" a.k.a. "St Petersburg" is a musical album of Cecilia Bartoli.
    • released on
  3. "St. Petersburg" is a 2005 album by Supergrass.
    • genre: Rock music
    • released on (10 years ago)
  4. "St. Petersburg" is a musical album of Igor Stravinsky.
    • released in (17 years ago)


St. Petersburg a.k.a. 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.

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Google previewWilliam T. Vollmann (2014)

A Critical Companion by Christopher K. Coffman, Daniel Lukes

St. Petersburg is a place where any stranger on the street could point you in the direction of the house where Dostoyevsky worked and lived. However, not many know or are willing to talk about the issue of the “disappeared”— families ...

Google previewPetersburg Fin de Siecle (2011)

by Mark D. Steinberg

St. Petersburg is a natural place for thinking about Russia and the modern experience. It was the empire's political capital and its most populous and developed metropolis—it quite literally commanded and ...

Google preview3rd Multi-city Study (2000)

Drug Use Trends in European Cities in the 1990s by Ruud J. M. Bless, Uwe E. Kemmesies, Steven Diemel

St. Petersburg is an important industrial, commercial and transport centre. lts general economic situation is slightly better than that of Moscow or other Russian cities. The official unemployment rate in 1997 was 9%. Due to its location, the city is ...

Google previewRussia: As Seen and Described by Famous Writers

by Various

St. Petersburg is a very gay society, and the great troubles underlyingthe fabricdonotcome tothesurface in the dailylife.Thereareof course representatives ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Disasters (2007)

Environmental Catastrophes and Human Tragedies by Angus Macleod Gunn

St. Petersburg, Russia, revolution January 22, 1 905 St. Petersburg at the Winter Palace A thousand of the workers were killed and thousands more were injured when the Czar's soldiers opened fire on the protesters. The Czar of Russia had ...

Google previewA Historical Dictionary of Yukaghir (2006)

by Irina Nikolaeva

St. Petersburg: Friedrich Drechsler. Adelung, Johann Christoph 1806 Mithridates oder allgemeine Sprachen/cunde mit dem Vater Unser als Sprachprobe in bey nahe fünfhundert Sprachen und Mundarten. Vol. 1. Berlin: C. F. Voss. Anikin.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Library and Information Science (1979)

Volume 27 - Scientific and Technical Libraries to Slavic Paleography by Allen Kent, Harold Lancour, Jay E. Daily

St. Petersburg, 1827. 41. A. Kh. Vostokov, ed., Ostromirovo ...

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People often thought Leopold Auer was Russian because he lived in St. Petersburg so long, almost fifty years. (Gyorgy Ligeti)
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