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The Hermitage museum is one of the world’s finest art museums, housed in a spectacular palace on the banks of the Neva River. It features over 3 million exhibits which range from ancient art to 20th century works. One of the great highlights is a collection of spectacular royal regalia made of jewels, gold and silver. The palace itself is built in Russian Baroque style and is the most elaborate and biggest palace in the city. Formerly it served as the official residence of the Tsars.
Nevsky Prospekt is the most famous street in St. Petersburg. The 5 km long street, stretching from the historic Admiralty in the north to the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, is renowned for its splendid architecture and famous former patrons, like Tchaikovsky, Gogol, Rimsky-Korsakov and Nijinsky. It represents the heart of the city and is a magnet for both locals and tourists. The street cuts through the historical part of the city and is intersected by numerous rivers and canals. The most beautiful section is around the Griboedova Canal, where the magnificent Kazan Cathedral and the Church of Our Saviour on the Spilled Blood are located on opposite banks. Apart from architectural marvels the street also features the city’s finest shops and restaurants.
St Isaac's Cathedral is the largest cathedral in the city, and was, at the time when it was built, the largest church in Russia standing at a height of 101.5 meters. It was dedicated to Saint Isaac of Dalmatia, a patron saint of Peter the Great who had been born on the feast day of that saint. The cathedral’s golden dome dominates the city’s skyline. From the colonnade around the cupola a great panorama of the city can be seen. Its barren neoclassical exterior gives no clue as to the richly decorated interior which features magnificent frescos, mosaics, painted ceilings, sculptures and stained glass windows.