Naval Museum in Old Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns, St. Petersburg

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  • The Museum is located in an accessible location, so it should definitely go, plus all the very interesting for an audio guide requires headphones, there you do not buy or simply we have not found
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  • Navy Museum for a long time was in the building of the Exchange, but in the beginning of 2010 's moved. Labour, d. 5, Krjukovskie barracks, and it has a separate branch reviews. Open from 11.00 to 18.00 except Monday and Tuesday, ticket office works till 17.15. Adult ticket worth 300 rubles, for students and pensioners-200, for students-100, for preschoolers-free. We walked into the Museum, when it was still in the building stock, with 10-year-old daughter, it was very interesting, it literally does not pull out from the Museum. But now at a specified location is located just to the Bourse. Architect-Frenchman who journey in St. Petersburg and buried in the local cemetery. Built in the year 1810, in ensemble, created by the architect, included two rostral columns. The building has played a leading role in the ensemble of the vasilievsky island. It is built in the classical style and resembles the temples of ancient Greece. Looks very nice from all sides. I really like the architectural ensemble, I consider him one of the most beautiful in Petersburg, probably in third place following a Senatskaya square and Palace. And the most winning appearance on the Bourse and the entire complex, in my opinion-with the Trinity Bridge. In our time be held in this building commodity and raw materials Exchange, later it was decided to transfer the building to create the Hermitage Exposition. I while staying nearby not seen falling inside.
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  • This Greek influenced design has a full portico held up by brilliantly white columns. It is just across the street from the Rostral columns and park setting. After 200 years, it has had several uses a...  more »

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