10 St. Pretersburg And Astana From The Bird’s-Eye Perspective

St. Pretersburg And Astana From The Bird’s-Eye Perspective

Posted on January 10, 2011 by team


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Enjoy the magnificent 50.000 foot views of ceremonious and unchanged St.Petersburg and mystically glowing night Astana – the capital of Kazakhstan. While the first city is rich in old buildings, monuments, bridges and museums, the second one impresses with its modern unusual trade-centers and skysсrapers. These two cities, of course, cannot be compared, but they look quite well in pair!

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Location: St.Petersburg, Russia

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10 Responses to “St. Pretersburg And Astana From The Bird’s-Eye Perspective”

  1. Ivan says:

    Wow, Astana, Kazahstan, the contry of Boryat !!!

  2. LMHTFY says:

    Some stunning pictures there!

  3. AMIN says:

    The most attractive place..no doubt.

  4. Musa says:

    Astana has some cool buildings, I’m impressed. SP is as beautiful as ever. These are amazing photographs, thanks for sharing them.

  5. Amazing pics, Thanks for sharing!

  6. Old Timer says:

    BORAAAAAAAAAAAT!!

  7. Larry the satellite guy says:

    I don’t see a lot of satellite dishes on rooftops in St. Pete. I may have to fly over and see about opening an office there.

  8. Ulakith says:

    Anyone know if this is an organised tour or if anything similar is possible in SPB during the summer months?

  9. The plane looked scary to ride in, but the pictures were wonderful. I especially love to admire the architecture of the different buildings from a bird’s eye view. Great pics!

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