10 Kazan Cathedral in Foam

Kazan Cathedral in Foam

Posted on October 13, 2006 by team


Today is Friday 13th, and somebody in St. Petersburg played a joke on the biggest and most famous cathedral of  St. Petersburg , the Kazan Cathedral.

It seems that a few bottles of some dishwashing liquid was poured into the fountain in the morning.

This site attracted a lot of people all across the town together with tourists who have got a rare chance to see the cathedral square covered with foam.

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10 Responses to “Kazan Cathedral in Foam”

  1. Yuri says:

    Wonderful shots but…
    It is not St. Isaac. It is Kazan Cathedral.

  2. Lager Lunch says:

    Those crazy Ruskies…

    Now this is a prank I can appreciate.

  3. Debora says:

    Hahaha! Fun! Congrats to the people who pulled it off.

  4. Doug says:

    A world wide problem. Happens in my home town. I guess those who do this cliche’ prank think that they are the first to think of it.

  5. Robert says:

    They should have made the most of it and sent people round with brooms to scrub the streets.

  6. Victor Nakoryakov says:

    Argh! This is a cleaning procedure just before stopping fountain for a winter period.

  7. erin says:

    i love it – i once tried ( and failed ) to do this in a fountain in flint as a young teen! fun to see it pulled off correctly!

  8. Sashok says:

    So what’s the big deal here? They fixed it already.

  9. Roger says:

    This has been a common student prank in the West for many years (at least since my student days, which, depressingly, are nearly twenty years ago.) Consequently there is now commercially available an anti-foaming agent that can be added to “foamed” fountains and dissipates the foam in just a few minutes.

  10. Alexander Nyevski says:

    Well, is one way to clean up St. Petersburg.

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