Hotels in Saint Petersburg, Russia
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The Russian Federation’s second largest city, a known cultural and architecturally impressive centre, has retained a distinctly European flavour. Created by Peter the Great as his 'Window on the West' at the only point where traditional Russian territory meets a seaway to Northern Europe, it was built with 18th and 19th-century European pomp and orderliness by mainly European architects. The result is a city that remains one of Europe's most beautiful; where Moscow intimidates, St Petersburg enchants. Known as Petrograd after the civil war, and Leningrad during the Soviet period, the city reverted to its original name in 1991 by popular demand. Previously known as Petrograd, the city is famous for plenty: the River Neva, Palace Square, Winter Palace, Yusupov Mansion, and personalities such as Dostoyevsky, Pushkin, Rasputin.
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