Looking up, Saint-Petersburg

Trinity Cathedral

The upper limit of Saint-Petersburg constructions not exceeding 157 feet (48 meters), it’s easy to enjoy colourful roofs of the city.

Trinity Cathedral

Trinity Cathedral (photo by B. Hervé)

Trinity Cathedral

Trinity Cathedral (photo by B. Hervé)

The castle engineers was first used as an imperial residence before becoming the engineering college, giving it its current name. It’s nowadays a museum.

Castle engineers

Castle engineers (photo by B. Hervé)

Church of the Savior on Blood

Church of the Savior on Blood (photo by B. Hervé)

The 38 tram lines, making a 137 miles (220 km) network, fit perfectly with Saint-Petersburg architecture and its unique roofs.

Red roof

Red roof (photo by B. Hervé)

Saint-Isaac cathedral’ size makes it the third biggest one in Europe behind Saint-Pierre in Rome and Saint-Paul in London.

Saint Isaac's Cathedral

Saint Isaac’s Cathedral (photo by B. Hervé)

Saint Isaac's Cathedral

Saint Isaac’s Cathedral (photo by B. Hervé)

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