16 Roofs of Saint Petersburg

Roofs of Saint Petersburg

Posted on July 12, 2010 by team

That’s not an every-day occasion to see St. Pete from a height of 30 or 40 meters (100 feet and higher) as the highest building in the city is the Admiralty, or spire of Petropalovskaya fortress, which is just 72 meters high (240 feet) and it is forbidden to erect a building that is higher than the Admiralty.

So, roofers of St. Pete offer us a great opportunity to see how the city looks from the tallest houses located over there.

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16 Responses to “Roofs of Saint Petersburg”

  1. Flopka says:

    Lovely city

  2. Amerikanski in Yaroslavl says:

    Great set of pics. Huge fan of that city.

  3. DouglasUrantia says:

    I like the dusk photos best….the lights of the cars are fascinating to watch.

  4. katusha says:

    These pictures are killing me! Ah. I miss St. Pete. SO BEAUTIFUL. Fantastic photos.

  5. observer says:

    Can someone please tell me why is it that whenever I look at these photos of St. Petersburg, it feels so real and natural?

    But when I look at photos of almost any city in the US, it feels so fake, phony, and alien?

  6. Jonny says:

    boring boring boring

  7. too much vodka says:

    Once some guys organised tours on the roofs of St Petersburg. I wonder if these still exist.

  8. nightstranger says:

    Wow! Beautiful pictures of a beautiful city! Thank for such a great post!!! P.S. what’s going on on the last photo?

  9. Oleksa says:

    Is that a little nazi in the right corner of the 26th pic???

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