Your culture attendant: things to do in Saint Petersburg

TUESDAY 28TH JANUARY 2020
A THING TO DO THIS TUESDAY

in SAINT PETERSBURG
PRICE: Free
TIME: 1-2 hours
The last resting place of almost all Russian Emperors and Empresses - including Catherine the Great - is the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul. Take a look from 10am to 5pm this Tuesday: it's located in the Peter and Paul Fortress on Zayachy Island in the Neva River, and as it has what is considered the tallest spire of any Orthodox church, it's hard to miss.
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SAINT PETERSBURG
59.94°N, 30.31°E

Sunrise: 09:22
Sunset: 17:00
Moon Phase: waxing crescent
Weather: light snow, 2°C max, 0°C min


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