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Congratulations to all aviation workers on the day of Russian air fleet! ✈️🇷🇺 #Aeroflot #Аэрофлот #праздник #авиация #aviation
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10 reasons why everyone should travel to #Russia at least once http://bit.ly/2sVl0iq
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Every traveler knows that the world is small 🌏✈️ and you often meet your friends at the airport? #Аэрофлот #Aeroflot #95ЛетВместеСВами #95YearsTogetherWithYou
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In September, at the Historic Dockyard "Poltava" in Saint Petersburg will open an interactive museum, where it is planned to conduct excursions around the ship of the same name. Decks of sailing ships, located at the shipyard will be available for visit.
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Hundreds of paddleboarders in fancy dress brave St.Petersburg’s waters during the international Fontanka-SUP festival - @russiabeyond https://goo.gl/kvU9Qz @mfa_russia @MEAIndia @IndEmbMoscow @IndianDiplomacy
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Any experienced traveler will confirm: finding the perfect city hotel is close to impossible.

Most of them feel cramped or offer subpar-luxury at overprized rates, and very few make you truly feel at home. I guess it boils down to the very fact that big cities, attractive as they are for tourists, are a nightmare for any hotelier planning to build anything beyond a plain place where business people stay a couple of hours on their way to the next airport. But there are wonderful exceptions: One of them is certainly the Four Seasons Lion Palace in St. Petersburg.

https://www.annees-de-pelerinage.com/four-seasons-lion-palace-st-petersburg-review/
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St. Petersburg is best described as the city of thousand palaces.

A simple taxi ride through the city will actually make you believe there is little else but a sheer endless mass of the most beautiful palaces. If you have to take your pick, then I’d recommend you to visit the Moika Palace (also called Yusupov Palace).

It was here, famous Grigori Rasputin was murdered on December 17th, 1916. But more to the point, the palace is just simply gorgeous. There is even an authentic palatial theater inside and it will give you a good impression of the aristocratic life in imperial St. Petersburg.

https://www.annees-de-pelerinage.com/things-to-do-in-st-petersburg-russia/
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Kronstadt is a small island in the middle of the Gulf of Finland and part of the many UNESCO World Heritage sites of Saint Petersburg. The Naval Cathedral is certainly the highlight, but the historical part of the town and the fortress are just as impressive. It’s a beautiful idea for a half-day trip.

https://www.annees-de-pelerinage.com/things-to-do-in-st-petersburg-russia/
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The Fabergé Museum opened in 2013.

But despite that short history, the privately owned museum is already one of the highlights. Here you will see 9 (!!) of the fabled Imperial Easter Eggs and some 4.000 other exhibits from Farbergé and the golden age of jewelry! You will need to get tickets in advance.

https://www.annees-de-pelerinage.com/things-to-do-in-st-petersburg-russia/
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