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This is one of the first places you should see in St. Petersburg. It's probably the most important area and the Bronze Horseman commemorates the founding of the city by Peter the Great, so it's a good place to start. You get a sense of...More
This square is most famous for the 45' high status of Peter the Great (the Bronze Horseman). It is certainly impressive, Peter sits astride his rearing steed looking out over the river Neva. There are plenty of interesting buildings nearby, including the Admiralty and St...More
Senate Square is a bit confusing for several reasons. . It is confusing to some because of the name changes from Decembrist Square which honored the revolution that occurred on this location in 1825. It sits between St. Isaac’s and the Senate and Synod Building...More
Senate square is one of the SPb's "spiritual" attractions that make the city to be special. IMHO, the square is one of the must see places. It is almost certain that every city tour has it included. If not, I'd visited it anyway. History &...More
Senate Square is an important square located in the center of St. Petersburg. Here it is possible to see the statue of Bronze Horseman (Peter I) or the Admiral Building. Really, it is a very beautiful and big square near also from Hermitage and with...More
Majority of things in the city are large, but this square is simply huge.
It has great grassy field and view of the dome of St. Isaac's Cathedral which is nearby.
Bronze horseman statue dominates the site.
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