Russian famous city two centuries ago.
So much space between the buildings
One can see very many of those buildings also nowadays. Great architecture!
One can also see very many of those buildings nowadays. Great architecture!
Where in hell are the people? Let me guess: in penal colonies! What do I win?
They told the same about my town in the early XX century…
today you can’t find a place to park your car.
(of course , i’m not comparing Belo Horizonte with St. Petersburg, but both are planned cities)
St Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities…I would move back there in a second if I could get a decent job.
why are you so keen to disturb the harmony of ancient city?please stay at your present address,
2 centures before there were mo photography yet.
I would say this is the very end of 18xx
[...] St. Petersburg, 19th CenturyFeine Bilder… [...]
[...] English Russia ran a pictorial a few days ago with images of Saint Petersburg from the mid to late 1800s, pretty much the golden era for the city when it was the capital of Russia and the tsars were at the height of their power. Originally modeled after Dutch cities that Peter the Great admired, the architecture in the city is unlike anything anywhere else in Russia. Far from the painted tent tops of buildings like Saint Basil’s in Moscow, Saint Petersburg’s buildings had white marble fronts with neo-Classical sensibilities. The whole city was the culmination of Peter the Great’s mission to make Russia part of the Western world. [...]
St. Pete is the only European city in Russia. Moscow is a disaster, and with Luzjkov at the helm it’s not improving, concrete and glass bricks are erected everywhere..
[...] pueden ver imagenes de La ventana de Europa en el siglo XIX, para verla completa tendréis que ir a English Russia. Clic para [...]
It looks so much better without cars.
Where the hell are copyrights?
[...] Recopilación de imágenes de San Petersburgo en el siglo XIX. [...]
Just capitalist propeganda.where the hell labors gone?Revouluton in making! ! ! ! ! !
А их и сейчас нет
I would go to Russia if it wasn’t so hard to get a visa to travel there.
[...] Lien : Saint-Pétersbourg [...]
This and other series of old photos posted here, and at other Russki sites are quite interesting. I would just like (as many others would) some explanation/captions of just what we’re seeing here, and at similar displays elsewhere not involving Rossia. I’ve been to ‘Sant’ twice so catch some of it – Winter Palace, Stock Exchange, Light houses, (is it? St. Pauls?). But most foreigners will not recognize anything, so meaning is lost.
I see these unexplained images all over the internet and find it careless and even deplorable. Why bother posting/downloading to “English/Russian” what you are unwilling to explain???
Where are all the naked women?
yeah, visit russia before russia visits you!
as a Russian David Blaine, in part due to doing a 48-day fast in a sealed chamber) were posted to EnglishRussia, showing him doing a one-hour immersion in the cold water of a hole in the ice of the Moscow River, [...]
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Great town. I hope I ll visit it next year.
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