5 One Of The Oldest Photos Of St. Petersburg

One Of The Oldest Photos Of St. Petersburg

Posted on November 30, 2011 by team


 

One of the oldest photos of St. Petersburg. It dates back to 1861. If you take a look at the panorama you will see that there are no people on the streets. The reason of it is too low shutter speed. And if you take a look at the ships you will see that they are blurred.

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Location: St.Petersburg

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5 Responses to “One Of The Oldest Photos Of St. Petersburg”

  1. EngrishBob says:

    Which one?

  2. (r)evolutionist says:

    1861 is coincidentally the year Alexander II freed the serfs.

  3. xmz says:

    Where are the people ?

  4. A-Star says:

    People was blurred because of high exposure time. Notice blurred ships.

  5. Pedro says:

    great historical importance to see the real way of life. it’s a true picture of the past.

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