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Retro photographs of St. Petersburg, taken in the 19th - 20th centuries by an unknown photographer
Retro photographs of St. Petersburg, taken in the 19th - 20th centuries by an unknown photographer
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View of St. Isaac's Cathedral from the side of the Alexander Garden in 1900

Northern Palmyra has always attracted special interest and attracted tourists. In our review, a selection of old photographs that were taken more than 100 years ago in St. Petersburg by an unknown photographer. It is especially interesting to look at these pictures, first of all, for people who know this city well. But also for those who are just going to visit it.

1. Mansion of Matilda Kshesinskaya

General view of the mansion of Matilda Feliksovna Kshesinskaya

2. Kshesinskaya estate

The estate of Kshesinskaya Matilda Feliksovna designed by the architect Alexander Ivanovich von Gauguin

3. Matilda Feliksovna

Kshesinskaya Matilda Feliksovna in her mansion

4. Dvoryanskaya street

The beginning of Bolshaya Dvoryanskaya Street

5. Isaac's Cathedral

Isaac's Cathedral in the winter of 1908

6. Cathedral in the 19th century

View of St. Isaac's Cathedral in 1853-1854

7. Column of Glory

Column of Glory made from captured Turkish guns

8. Carriage

Sleigh at the Alexander Garden. St. Petersburg, 1914

9. View of St. Isaac's Cathedral

View of St. Isaac's Cathedral from the side of the Alexander Garden in 1900

10. Horse Guards Manege

Great Horse Guards Manege

11. Big arena of the Horse Guards regiment

The large riding hall of the Horse Guards Regiment, the facade to the Alexander Garden. St. Petersburg, July 1914

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