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Discover St Petersburg's former religious center
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This orthodox cathedral, constructed in the 19th century under the reigns of Alexander I, Nicholas I, and Alexander II, was the center of religious life in St. Petersburg until the Revolution of 1917. The third largest cathedral in Europe, the main dome, which is 102 meters in height, offers a magnificent view of the Neva.Hours of operation: Open from 10:30 am to 6 pm. Closed Wednesdays....
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Don't miss the essentials of St-Petersburg
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Explore the historic center of St-Petersburg by transport and on foot and admire the most famous monuments: the Palace Square, the Senate Square, St-Isaac's Cathedral, the tip of Vasilyevsky Island, Nevsky Prospekt, the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the Field of Mars, the Arts Square, and the street of the architect Rossi. This excursion will not be complete without going over the many bridges and passing the numerous quays of the Venice of the North....
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Chers voyageurs,

Nos différents bureaux se préparent vous recevoir à nouveau, dans le respect des consignes sanitaires.

Vous souhaitez nous contacter et préparer votre futur voyage en Russie ?
Nous vous proposons :

> Un rappel téléphonique
> Un rendez-vous dans une de nos agences*
> Un rendez-vous à distance (Skype ou Zoom)

Contactez le bureau de Paris
au 01 75 43 96 77 ou par mail à

Contactez le bureau de Moscou et Saint-Pétersbourg
au 09 74 76 16 26 ou +7 495 649 66 24
ou par mail à

L’équipe de Tsar Voyages
* Retrouver les horaires d’ouverture de nos 3 bureaux sur notre page «Contacts»

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