Lutheran Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, St. Petersburg

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  • Great place for believers and those who want to stay in silence with yourself. Byval'shhinu both in the Church and in the band that played the music of old Europe. Chic musicians, great vocals and excellent acoustics. How to put entity (in May) will come definitely. Pray you can come for free. And here's to a concert for a donation.
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  • Externally, the Church looks quite attractive and beckons to see what's inside. But, alas, failed-the temple was closed for refurbishment and was only in the lobby. From there, the eye catches the spiral staircase located to the left of the entrance and leading upstairs. Interest to learn that there remained unsatisfied.
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  • Centre for German quarter on Nevsky 22/24. In Soviet times there was a pool, traces of which can still be seen now. But better pool than the destruction that has befallen many constructions related to church life, and even more so with German culture. In Peterkirhe regularly hosts concerts. Often performances by various bands or rehearsal you can go free. From what is worth seeing, I would like to note: 1. The exposition devoted to the Germans in St. Petersburg. The exposition is located in the right wing of the Cathedral. Understand how tightly in the history of our city, the names of the representatives of this nation. 2. historical carved wooden Portal is located just behind the doors of the Cathedral. In the original design of these doors, and the input group was this very portal. 3. The Catacombs of the Cathedral-there is the Bowl basin, which elevated the floor of the main hall. During the reconstruction of the Cathedral Bowl failed to destroy without causing damage around the Cathedral. Looking at the bowl, you understand why it happened. Reinforced concrete and rebar Bowl reminds me of the ruins of the Bunker of the Mannerheim line. Now in the catacombs are exhibitions of contemporary art. 4. the main hall. Here is not decoration, and forms. The combination of white items and granite. Graceful columns, tall Windows. Excellent acoustics. Listen to the organ or choral vocals in this Hall is a pleasure. Noteworthy and historical metal ties that inhibit the walls of the Cathedral. Especially recommended to visit in advent, when Hall decorated for Christmas. A week ago the Hall was released from furniture-rumored-to deliver a new body. 5. The Russo-German Centre for drb meetings. Located in the rear annexe cent Cathedral and has a separate entrance. Language learning for adults and children, familiarity with German culture. A great way to see all the sights Peterkirhe-this is the night of the museums. There is always an interesting programme of activities, it is therefore not surprising that Peterkirhe is already several years is one of the leaders in attendance the night of museums.
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  • Great for the Orkestral music
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  • Dostoyevsky house built between two symmetrically (22 and 24 number is located in the St. Peter and Paul Lutheran Church (Petropavlovszkaja cerkov). In 1730 it was already the site of a German Church in 1838 by Alexander Brülow, according to the plans. The church history typically characterized by the Communist times: at the end of the 1950s, although it escaped the destruction, but uszodává, the altar with a ten-metre-high ugrótornyot have been ... (The foreground object fotográfiák the inglorious status.) The restoration of the temple pool, transnationality and second level templombelsõvel hopefully established has not been concluded. Since 1994, once again there are worship services at the Church, which has about 600 Church Evangelical believers.
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  • Almost in front of our Lady of Kazan, this small Church deserves a few minutes to visit. It is well hidden at the end of a dead end, behind a grid...
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  • Beautiful place with its sad history. Managed to visit on one of the "night of museums", listen to the body and see the converted since the devastation basement! Recommend for visitors and guests is able to touch the multi-faceted culture of the city!
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