Church of the Nativity of the Virgin in Putinki
When this church was completed in 1652, the Patriarch Nikon responded by banning tent roofs like the ones featured here. Apparently, he...
Contemporary History Museum
Formerly known as the Revolution Museum, this retro exhibit traces Soviet history from the 1905 and 1917 revolutions up to the 1980s....
The Lenkom isn’t the most glamorous theatre, but it’s widely considered to have the strongest acting troupe in the country. The flashy...
Exposed brick walls, wood and wicker furniture, and muted tones ensure that the focus of the Dzhondzholi dining room is in fact the open...
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Baltisky Khleb information
St Petersburg’s favourite bakery – ‘Baltic Bread’ – has made its way to the capital, bringing along its secret recipes for delectable pastries and desserts. This outlet near Pushkinskaya pl, resembling an old-fashioned confectioner, is an excellent place to stop for breakfast, lunch or a late-afternoon coffee.