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The "Hermit Park" project has a charity and tutorial objective. A certain part of its profit will be transferred into financing the "Warm Home" social charity foundation programs.

Foundation in detail

Peter and Paul Fortress

Russia, St. Petersburg

Peter and Paul fortress is a historic center of the city from which it started. It takes a central place in its architectural look as well, with Peter and Paul Cathedral being one of the city's symbols. The...

Bronze Horseman

Russia, St. Petersburg

The monument to Peter the Great, poetized by Alexander Pushkin in his famous novel "The Bronze Horseman", was the first monument of Saint Petersburg installed in the Senate Square. Etienne...

Rostral Columns

Russia, St. Petersburg

Rostral Columns were designed by the architect Tomas de Tomon as a symbol of naval supremacy of the Russian Empire and in honor of the Russian fleet victories and raised on the Spit in 1810. The shafts...

Smolny Cathedral

Russia, St. Petersburg

Smolny cathedral was built by the Italian architect Rastrelli who managed to combine both the elements of traditional Russian and European style. The Cathedral together with the Smolny Convent buildings...

Church of the Savior on Blood

Russia, St. Petersburg

The Church of the Savior on Blood, also called the Church of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, was constructed between 1883-1907 on the place where Tsar Alexander II was mortally wounded by terrorists from...

Winter Palace

Russia, St. Petersburg

Built by Francesco-Bartolomeo Rastrelli in 1754-1762, the Winter Palace is one of the most amazing monuments of the Russian baroque style. The three-floor building is constructed in two circles, and each...

Palace Square

Russia, St. Petersburg

Palace Square is the main square of Saint Petersburg where parades, concerts, festivals and city meetings are held. The Square is said to be one of the most beautiful ensembles of Saint Petersburg and the...

General Staff Headquarters Arch

Russia, St. Petersburg

The General Staff Headquarters were designed by Karl Rossi (an architect of Italian origin, although born in Saint Petersburg) and built between 1820-1830s. It is one of the most impressive buildings of...

Alexander Column

Russia, St. Petersburg

This monument to the Russian military victory over Napoleon was designed by a French-born architect Auguste de Monferrand and built between 1830 and 1834. The monument is 47 meters tall, which makes it...

Millionnaya Street

Russia, St. Petersburg

Millionnaya Street begins from the Field of Mars, passes along the New Hermitage facades with the famous atlantes leading to the Palace Square. During the Soviet period it was renamed after Khalturin, but...

St. Isaac's Cathedral

Russia, St. Petersburg

St. Isaac's Cathedral is a remarkable monument of Russian late classicism. As well as Peter and Paul Cathedral and the Admiralty, its golden dome is seen everywhere in the city. The church was ordered...

Saint Nicolas' Naval Cathedral

Russia, St. Petersburg

Saint Nicolas' Naval Cathedral (known locally as the Sailors' Cathedral) is one of the most spectacular sites of the city. It was laid on June 15, 1753 and opened in 1762. The two-storied cathedral is...

Chesmenskaya Church

Russia, St. Petersburg

The site where the church is standing was occupied by marshes in early XVIII century. According to an old legend, it was the place where Catherine II learnt the news that the powerful Turk fleet had been...

Trinity Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

Among all the city bridges - stone, cast iron, and modern reinforced concrete bridges -Trinity Bridge is one of the most beautiful. The coincidence of anniversary dates of the bridge and the city (however,...

Birzhevoy Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

Palace Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

Surprisingly, given its location, the bridge is a 20th century creation - before this, the only way across the Neva at this point was by boat or by a temporary pontoon bridge.  A committee set up to...

Tuchkov Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

The original Tuchkov Bridge was built of wood across the Malaya Neva around 1758, and was named after local businessman Avraam Tuchkov who owned warehouses near the bridge and also financed its construction....

Sphinxes near the Academy of Fine Arts

Russia, St. Petersburg

The sphinxes standing on the University embankment that are about 3500 years old have a remarkable history. They were found in 1820 during the archaeological dig works in the place of Thebes and taken to...

Spit of Basil Island

Russia, St. Petersburg

The elegant architectural ensemble of the Spit of Basil (Vasilievsky) Island is one of the most outstanding city water perspectives. The Stock Exchange built in late classic style became its focal point....

Marble Palace

Russia, St. Petersburg

The Marble Palace, which is a late XVIII century architectural monument, was called unique even by people of that epoch. Built in the place of a post yard that dated the period of Peter I, it has become a...

Cathedral mosque

Russia, St. Petersburg

The Saint Petersburg mosque is one of the largest in Europe as it houses up to 5 000 people, and the northernmost mosque in the world. It attracts attention as the different architectural style seems very...

Monument to Catherine the Great

Russia, St. Petersburg

This monument was designed by the Russian artist M.O. Mikeshin and created by sculptors M.A. Chizhov who made the statue of Catherine II, and A.M. Opekushin who executed the other nine statues. The monument...

Fence of Summer Garden

Russia, St. Petersburg

The Fence of Summer Garden from the Neva River facade is a real masterpiece known throughout the world for its blend of solidity and lightness, simplicity and elegancy. The fence was designed by the...

Lions Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

Lions Bridge was designed by the architect G. Tretter, one of the most prominent advocates of the early construction of chain bridges in the city. The lions were sculpted by P. Sokolov, who also created the...

Bank Bridge

Russia, St. Petersburg

This footbridge that is only of 1.85 meters wide, was designed by the engineer V. Tretter in 1825-1826. The griffins that made the bridge one of the most recognizable city landmarks were the work of Pavel...