Walking through the center of St. Petersburg, You don't stop to admire the buildings. Wherever you look, each with its own “face”, individual features that are not similar to others.
Indeed, buildings, like people, have their own destiny, their own biography, which is a reflection of the personalities and biographies of their owners, their tastes and preferences, as well as historical and political events.
I suggest you walk along the route connecting the oldest historical quarters of the center of St. Petersburg with a very picturesque and bohemian district of Kolomna.
During a pleasant walk you will see many masterpieces of architecture in St. Petersburg, some of which are widely known, others will be a discovery for you, learn interesting facts from the history the buildings and their owners, famous citizens Petersburg.
Bolshaya Morskaya Street, Malaya Morskaya Street, Gorokhovaya Street, Voznesensky Ave., Isaakievskaya Square, Emb. of Moika River, New Holland
Metro station "Admiralteiskaya"