Bronze Horseman, Monument To Peter I, St. Petersburg

Categories: Monuments, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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At Senate Square, view Bronze Horseman, Monument To Peter I, an iconic monument commisioned by Catherine the Great and dedicated to her predecessor. Visit the statue facing the Neva River that depicts Peter the Great atop his horse, about to step on a snake, representing his enemies. French artist Etienne Mourise Falconet sculpted the monument, whose popular nickname comes from an 1833 poem by Alexander Pushkin. This sculpture has become a symbol of the city since it was revealed in 1782, and it survived a long siege during World War II. Arrange your visit to Bronze Horseman, Monument To Peter I and discover more family-friendly attractions in St. Petersburg using our St. Petersburg itinerary builder.
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  • The Bronze Horseman Monument depicts Peter the Great astride his horse and was commissioned by Catherine the Great. It lies in a very impressive setting on the bank of the Neva River. The statue is ar...  read more »
  • A bronze statue of Peter the great. It is impressive to see. It is over 20 feet tall. Truly an amazing piece of artwork.This monument is a symbol of St Petersburg.It is near St Isaac Cathedral and a m...  read more »
  • Best statue of Peter the great. If you only need one reason to visit St Petersburg this is it
  • A place with historical and cultural value. Matches with a poem written by pushking.
  • Itu rumah tipe apa?
  • A lovely statue of Peter the Great on the side of the Neva river, beautiful in the sunshine when the flags in front are flying.
  • Peter the great near river neva. Like it.
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