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The walkway around the dome of St Isaac Cathedral is the only point that allows the view of St Peterburg from above. I haven't missed this opportunity :).
I showed this walkway yesterday. Here you can judge if it was worth the effort.
The high golden spire in the middle is the Admiralty building. Next to it, on the left is Peter and Paul Cathedral (1712–1733), which has a 122.5 m bell-tower (the tallest in the city centre) and a gilded angel-topped cupola. The big green building on the right side is of course The Winter Palace with the Hermitage. The tower which is close is one of the four bell towers.
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Additional Photos by Malgorzata Kopczynska (emka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 11340 W: 121 N: 28912] (136690)
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