Kellomyaki-Komarovo Local Lore Museum, Komarovo

Kellomyaki-Komarovo Local Lore Museum is located in Komarovo. See Kellomyaki-Komarovo Local Lore Museum and all St. Petersburg has to offer by arranging your trip with our St. Petersburg journey builder website .
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  • Great place for a stroll with children, fresh air, trees, frogs, water, peace and beauty. Find jekotropy easy to start, but he neprimeten down on Marine Street, somewhere in the middle would stand there and start.
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  • Was walking through the forest and accidentally bumped. Quite an extensive ECO trail, beautiful ponds of Turquoise color, mainly forest of spruce, a pleasant stroll in the shade of the pine aroma
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  • In 20.08 Saturday visited Komarovo tour from the company "Petersburg". Extremely informative and interesting excursion. Spent her guide Sergey Yuryevich, lots of talking and bright about the village and its inhabitants in different years and epochs. Sounded a lot of poetry and particularly remembered an amazing atmosphere of ahmatovskih seats. It is a pity that this time was unable to visit the grave of Anna Akhmatova, this will focus on a private excursion.
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