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St. Petersburg History

canal san petersburgoSt. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful and important cities in Europe and the second in the Russian Federation in number of inhabitants. It contains many and varied attractions that make it one of the most popular tourist destinations.

It was founded by Peter the Great in May 1703. It became capital until March 1918, at which the capital was moved to Moscow. It was known as the “window to the West.

Strengths in the area originally settled in wartime. From it were growing small towns surrounding them, generating population growth. When the Russians conquered the city of Nyen, Peter the Great founded the city of St. Petersburg on the Neva river delta.

The term “window to the West” is due to the possibilities offered by its port and naval base.

He began planning the appearance of the city and therefore are regulated and standardized facades and streets were standardized.

There was a massive internal migration of courtiers and administrative, dramatically raising the population of the new city of 50,000 inhabitants.

These plans were interrupted by the death of Peter the Great, and the subsequent transfer of the capital to Moscow.

From that period were great architectural works: the Summer Palace, the first stone palace construction began the Peter and Paul Cathedral, the Winter Palace and the famous Hermitage State Museum. Among the new churches is the Kazan Cathedral, Nevsky Avenue and St. Isaac’s Cathedral.

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Immigration rose sharply from 1861, year in which Tsar Alexander II abolished slavery. New workers, coming from all geographies, would provide infant industry with cheap labor. Industrial growth made possible the transformation of St. Petersburg in one of Europe’s most important industrial hubs, but also gave way to the rise of the labor movement radicalizado.Durante the First World War, the name of the city changed to Petrograd, as St. Petersburg I was

St. Petersburg is one of the most beautiful and important cities in Europe and the second in the Russian Federation in number of inhabitants. It contains many and varied attractions that make it one of the most popular tourist destinations.

It was founded by Peter the Great in May 1703. It became capital until March 1918, at which the capital was moved to Moscow. It was known as the “window to the West.

Strengths in the area originally settled in wartime. From it were growing small towns surrounding them, generating population growth. When the Russians conquered the city of Nyen, Peter the Great founded the city of St. Petersburg on the Neva river delta.

The term “window to the West” is due to the possibilities offered by its port and naval base.

He began planning the appearance of the city and therefore are regulated and standardized facades and streets were standardized.

There was a massive internal migration of courtiers and administrative, dramatically raising the population of the new city of 50,000 inhabitants.

These plans were interrupted by the death of Peter the Great, and the subsequent transfer of the capital to Moscow.

From that period were great architectural works: the Summer Palace, the first stone palace construction began the Peter and Paul Cathedral, the Winter Palace and the famous Hermitage State Museum. Among the new churches is the Kazan Cathedral, Nevsky Avenue and St. Isaac’s Cathedral.

Immigration rose sharply from 1861, year in which Tsar Alexander II abolished slavery. New workers, coming from all geographies, would provide infant industry with cheap labor. Industrial growth made possible the transformation of St. Petersburg in one of Europe’s most important industrial hubs, but also gave way to the rise of the labor movement radicalizado.Durante the First World War, the name of the city changed to Petrograd, as St. Petersburg It was considered very Germanic.

The first signs of the Russian Revolution of 1917 were in this city. When Lenin died in 1924, the city took in his honor, the name “Leningrad”.

During World War II, Leningrad suffered successive sieges and bombardments along the deprivation of supplies; situation that caused the loss of many human lives.

The old name was restored before the end of the Soviet Union, along with the names of 39 streets, six bridges.

Today, St. Petersburg is home to the Constitutional Court; its center and surrounding monuments were named a World Heritage Site in 1990.

considered very Germanic.

The first signs of the Russian Revolution of 1917 were in this city. When Lenin died in 1924, the city took in his honor, the name “Leningrad”.

corte constitucional federacion rusa san petersburgo

During World War II, Leningrad suffered successive sieges and bombardments along the deprivation of supplies; situation that caused the loss of many human lives.

The old name was restored before the end of the Soviet Union, along with the names of 39 streets, six bridges.

Today, St. Petersburg is home to the Constitutional Court; its center and surrounding monuments were named a World Heritage Site in 1990.

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