Russia (Part 5 – Vyborg Russia).

Let us take a little over two hours’ train ride from Saint Petersburg, Russia, to this picturesque port town – Vyborg, a more unique town with a bright blue glimpse of the sea beyond, characterized by the beautiful colors of the facades and this is dominated by well-preserved medieval architectural of various histories that links with Sweden and Finland combine with oodles of Russia cultural. This appealing Gulf of Finland, Vyborg is situated 174 km northwest of St Petersburg and just 30km from the Finnish border. This is an important port that possesses a rich and turbulent history passing from the hands of one country to another that make this medieval town, offer unparalleled views with a beguiling mix of architectural from typical Sweden to art-nouveau Finnish.

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Russia (Part 3 – Stroll on St. Petersburg Russia Islands ).

Beautiful channels and islands probably aren’t the first mind🤔🤔🤔 you would associate with St. Petersburg Russia, but they should be, although Russia’s second largest city was founded on swampland. To help drain the swamp land around St. Petersburg Russia, the city has an enviable system of canals which flow throughout the city and of the Neva River that stretch to the Baltic coast. Meanwhile, miles of undeniably charming waterways and charming canals, are very much part of the city’s allure. While elegant and charms are so much more than its 190 miles of navigable waterways, the city’s varied architectural styles are true spotlight with sites stretch along the river.

Waterways that ring the city center, St. Petersburg Russia is built upon 42 islands and holds over 342 bridges😮😮😮. Although they aren’t the cleanest waters, there’s still nothing prettier than standing perched upon a bridge and admiring the way of buildings appear to merge right of the water.

Russia Part 2 – Saint Petersburg Russia Neighborhoods

A compact, bright and charmingly beautiful city, Saint Petersburg Russia where the city’s focal is almost indecently full of iconic buildings with well-maintained historic buildings, whether ancient Medieval, Renaissance buildings and even protruding buildings dotted throughout the city but at the same time don`t forget the restaurant🍕🥐🥩🍰 ,bar🍻🍷🍹, art galleries, hotels, boutiques🛍🛒 and traditional market culture . Uniquely beautiful of the city, although make as bustling setting but pleasant street whose myriad neighbourhoods each have the charm and draw unique of more intimate cities. Saint Petersburg Russia, remarkable of city islands, from its broadly beautiful canals views to criss-crossed Main Street and narrow winding streets is full of color and beauty.

Russia-Europe Trip Winter 2020 Part 1 ( Winter Palace, Savior on Blood Church, St. Isaac’s Cathedral

Saint Petersburg Russia, the city is strewn with architecture that bespeaks of ancient and classical religion, of culture and a civilization that defied the ravages of time. Much of the city’s vibe is attributed to its stunning architecture, that is not just Baroque-style buildings but exhibits outstanding examples of the Soviet architecture and Neoclassical structures, alternate with Baroque Palaces, Art Nouveau buildings and literary cafes. Yet, arguably the most picturesque area in Saint Petersburg Russia can be found wandering through the streets of the city.

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