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St Petersburg

A taste of St PetersburgOakham School Trip - October 2014
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Alick Brown

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Oakham School Trip to Russia
October 2014
A taste of...
St Petersburg
Founded by
Tsar Peter
the Great
Founded by Tsar
Peter the Great,
where the River Neva
joins the Baltic Sea
‘The Venice of the North’
The Church of the Spilt Blood
Nevsky Prospekt
One of the great thoroughfares
of St Petersburg
Alexander Column
and the
Winter Palace
The Hermitage Museum
Hermitage Museum
takes up 4 blocks of
the Winter Palace
Raphael
Madonna and Child
(Madonna Conestabile)
Pieter Brueghel
The Adoration of the Magi
Pieter de Hooch
Soldier Offering a
Woman a Glass of Wine
Paul Cezanne
Jas de Bouffan,
the Pool
Pablo Picasso
Bathing
The Cruiser ‘Aurora’
began the 1917 Revolution
The Tombs of the
Romanov Tsars
Catherine’s Palace
The Tsar’s Summer Palace
The Great Hall in the Palace
The ‘Amber Room’
restored after its pillage and destruction by the Nazis
Russian Folklore Show
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http://history.oakham.rutland.sch.uk/RussiaTrip_Oct2014.pdf
The Hermitage contains over 3 million pieces of artwork.
The collection of Western European art in the Hermitage is regarded as one of the finest in the world.
It occupies 120 rooms, and reflects all the stages in the development of art from the Middle Ages to the present day.
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