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The Anichkov Palace | St Petersburg Russia

The Anichkov Palace is one of the oldest building's on Nevsky Prospekt.

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The Menshikov Palace | St Petersburg Russia

The Menshikov Palace was the first building made of stone in the growing city of St. Petersburg. Today a museum hosting a vast collection of European and Russian art from the early 18th century. Find out more!

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The Marble Palace | St Petersburg Russia

The Marble Palace is a unique architectural monument of the second half of the 18th century offering various temporary exhibitions and impressive decorative interiors. Find out more!

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The Mikhailovsky Palace | St. Petersburg Russia

The Mikhailovsky Palace is a stunning Empire-style building with charming gardens on the banks of the Moika River. Centrally located, the palace has for more than a century housed the main collections of the State Russian Museum. Find out more!

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Marlinsky Theatre

If visiting in February are you able to leave coats and walking boots at the cloakroom (and change into shoes)

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