Armenian Church of St Catherine
Continuing with a tradition of non-Orthodox churches being built on Nevsky pr, the Armenian merchant Ovanes Lazarian paid for the city’s...
Bolshoy Gostiny Dvor
One of the world’s first indoor shopping malls, the ‘Big Merchant Yard’ dates from between 1757 and 1785 and stretches 230m along Nevsky...
Nevsky pr is Russia’s most famous street, running 4km from the Admiralty to Alexander Nevsky Monastery, from which it takes its name....
Occupying much of the 3rd-floor gallery of Passage is this anti-cafe with a range of quirky, boho-hipster decorated spaces, some...
Baku's lavish decor – tiled walls, arched doorways and throw pillows – whisks you to Azerbaijan. Try Azeri shashlyk (kebabs),...
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Grand Palace information
This palatial shopping centre is nothing less than grand and glittering. The biggest names in fashion may have moved on to Bolshaya Konyushennaya ul, but the Grand Palace remains home to Sonia Rykiel and Swarovski, not to mention the fanciest free toilets in the city.