Áudio tour

Áudio tourGrand Petersburg: along the English Embankment up to The Blue Bridge

2 Paradas do passeio

  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio
  2. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    Welcome to the enthralling journey along the English Embankment (the Promenade des Anglais) of Saint Petersburg – a historical place where the most rich and famous people used to live.
    Why did the architect of St. Isaac's Cathedral die just after it was finished?
    How was the British intelligence and English Embankment involved in Rasputin’s death?
    Where did the legendary shot of "Aurora" take place?
    How did Napoleon Bonaparte decide the fate of the Bronze Horseman?
    Where was the first ball of Natasha Rostova from the novel "War and Peace"?
    Where was the dead body of the poet Sergei Esenin found?
    What role did the English Embankment play in life and death of Alexander Pushkin?
    What building near the Blue Bridge remembers young Vladimir Putin?
    All these things and much more you will learn from the tour “Grand Petersburg: along the English Embankment to the Blue Bridge”.

    Photo Saint Isaac's Square SPB (01) by Pavlikhin is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

  3. 1 The passenger terminal and the English Embankment
  4. 2 The English Embankment, 56 – the English church
  5. 3 The English Embankment, 68 — The Mansion of Baron Stieglitz
  6. 4 The New Admiralty Canal (Novo-Admiralty Canal)
  7. 5 House №50, where Bismarck, nicknamed the “Iron Chancellor”, lived
  8. 6 The Rumyantsev Mansion (№44)
  9. 7 The Stella in honor of the "Aurora"
  10. 8 The Blagoveshchensky (Annunciation) Bridge – the Lieutenant Schmidt Bridge
  11. 9 The College of Foreign Affairs
  12. 10 The Wedding Palace (№28)
  13. 11 Corner house №22 - Diaghilev's last apartment in St. Petersburg
  14. 12 Festival Palaces (№12-16)
  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    Welcome to the enthralling journey along the English Embankment (the Promenade des Anglais) of Saint Petersburg – a historical place where the most rich and famous people used to live.
    Why did the architect of St. Isaac's Cathedral die just after it was finished?
    How was the British intelligence and English Embankment involved in Rasputin’s death?
    Where did the legendary shot of "Aurora" take place?
    How did Napoleon Bonaparte decide the fate of the Bronze Horseman?
    Where was the first ball of Natasha Rostova from the novel "War and Peace"?
    Where was the dead body of the poet Sergei Esenin found?
    What role did the English Embankment play in life and death of Alexander Pushkin?
    What building near the Blue Bridge remembers young Vladimir Putin?
    All these things and much more you will learn from the tour “Grand Petersburg: along the English Embankment to the Blue Bridge”.

    Photo Saint Isaac's Square SPB (01) by Pavlikhin is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

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  • Ольга

    5 out of 5 rating 09-21-2018

    Прекрасная экскурсия. Интересная и увлекательная. Удобные подсказки по передвижению. Спасибо!