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Icebreaker Krasin, St. Petersburg
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  • Were with excursion (meets every hour), very nice guide, smart, active, and children and adults not to be bored. Recommend to families with boys)
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  • Visit this icebreaker will bring a lot of impressions. Museum staff well done-on a par with the story of the guide use interactive tools. In addition to give visitors and to try and touch the interesting details and craft parts! It is a pity that there is no escaping from the smotritel'nic-strict grandmother and grandmother not only will not let you relax, could such be:( Grab your children-you will not regret;) Life hack-on Saturday there are two excursions in the engine room which holds the Chief mechanic, the Guide itself back and not allowed (these excursions-13 and 15, but not exactly remember)
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  • I highly recommend this museum for all the people who are interested in seafiaring. The ship has a long history. It was build more than 100 years ago and was called "Svyatogor". (Such an old Russian n...  more »
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  • Potentially interesting museum, but entrance is on guided tour only, only in Russian. Tour starts with a rather long and boring video.
  • One of the oldest icebreakers in the World!
  • Quite an interesting excursion. Almost not been on ships, so it was a novelty. Sorry, that was not hit in the engine room-came not at that hour. Awareness of age is simply astounding.
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  • Excursion an interesting, but not very much. Came in a free day visits, declared at the site. It turned out that for free just for concessional categories of citizens, the others pay. Be careful! Read the site completely! Dorogovatye tickets, but once one has to go.
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  • Are few Italians visiting St Petersburg, come at the end of the wharf of Lieutenant Schmith, easily reached from Piazza Truda, after crossing the bridge Blagoveshenskji. There is in fact much publicity on the Krasin despite being a legendary icebreaker for the Russians but that has risen to the headlines around the world for saving some of the crew of Umberto Nobile airship Italy, following the accident, impacted on the Arctic in July 1928. A unique opportunity to know then as it made this historic icebreaker-you will find it more comfortable than some of the ferries Tirrenia, but thanks to a young student hired as a guide and translator with English, you can appreciate the different areas of the ship and retrace the steps of the legendary Italian adventure in the ice of the pole.
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