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Всем привет ! My name is Lauriane and I will be for the next 3 months an intern at Liden & Denz in St-Petersburg. This is my fifth time in St-Petersburg and my fourth time studying at Liden & Denz. As a student in Art History but mainly in Russian culture and language, it led me… Continue reading

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A Visit to Sennoy Market

Sennoy Market

A Visit to Sennoy Market Last weekend I decided to visit one of the oldest grocery markets of St.Petersburg: Sennoy market / Сенной рынок (Sennoy rynok). It is located centrally at Moskovsky Prospect 4A, so you can either walk there by foot or take the metro to Sadovaya, Spasskaya or Sennaya Ploschad. The opening hours… Continue reading

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Ketch Up Burgers – The Best Burgers in Town

Burgers

Ketch Up Burgers – The Best Burgers in Town Without any doubt it is great to try national dishes and experience local cuisine – but sometimes, especially when you are really hungry, all you need is great juicy burger. I have been to a lot of Burger Restaurants in Saint Petersburg and for me this… Continue reading

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Alexandrinsky Theatre & Swan Lake

The Alexandrinsky Theatre is one of the most famous theaters in Russia. It was designed by the Italian architect Carlo Rossi and was officially opened on 31st August 1832. It was named after the german wife of tsar Nikolaus I. Alexandra Fjodorowna but in the Soviet area the name of the building was Pushkin theatre. Many premiers… Continue reading

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The hidden treasures of Catherine Park

Saint Petersburg offers its visitors countless and varied opportunities for leisure activities. From romantic boot tour through charming canals, cultural afternoons at museums to modern shopping malls and amusement arcades. But sometimes it is necessary to take some time off to escape urban life and recharge your batteries. For the visitors of the eastern Metropolis… Continue reading

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Gogol and the Search for Major Kovalyov’s Nose

Nikolai Gogol’s stories continue to captivate readers in Russia and around the world. In St. Petersburg, Gogol’s legacy has provided the inspiration for a restaurant and a hotel in his name. But why does Gogol continue to carry such importance in St. Petersburg? Although Gogol did not live in St. Petersburg for very long, his… Continue reading

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Gatchina Palace and Estate Museum

During World War II, the Gatchina Palace was severely damaged and had to be reconstructed. Years later the different rooms became available to visitors, such as the Anteroom, The Marble Dining Room, Paul’s Throne Room. In Gatchina District you can go to museums like the “House of A.S. Pushkin’s Nanny”, “Suida”, “Rozhdestveno”, “Station Masterhouse”, and… Continue reading

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Supermarkets in Saint Petersburg

In the centre of the city it can be hard to find good Supermarkets in Saint Petersburg. You have probably heard about Stockmann’s and Lend’s supermarket by now, but maybe they are out of the way for you. So I am going to tell you about two companies that sell high quality produce in different… Continue reading

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