14 photos to compare the old and new St. PetersburgPictolic
St. Petersburg is called one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and all residents of Russia are advised to visit the former capital. Let's see how the city has changed over the years of its existence.
Budapest Street on September 1, 1960 and 2021.
View from Shahumyan Avenue to the tower of the NGO "Banner of Labor". 1990 and 2021.
Tsarskoye Selo Women's Gymnasium of the Ministry of National Education / The Palace of Creativity of Young People in Pushkin. 1913 and 2021.
Canobbio House. The oldest wooden building of Pushkin. ~1970 and 2021.
On the Cathedral Square in Pushkin. 1986 and 2021.
Tsoi, Titov, Grebenshchikov near the LDM building. 1987 and 2021.
The corner of Sredny Prospekt V. O. And the 7th line. ~1960 and 2021.
View from the Bolshoy Konyushenny Bridge to the Round Market. ~1905 and 2021.
Yeliseyevsk Almshouse on Vasilyevsky Island/St. Petersburg College of Telecommunications. ~1910 and 2021.
The Naval Training and Shooting Team of the 1910s and 2021.
Bolsheokhtinsky Bridge. 1965 and 2021.
7th line V. O., 32. 1968 and 2021.
Suvorovsky Prospekt. 1959 and 2021.
The mansion of K. L. Schulenburg/Maternity hospital on Furshtatskaya. ~1950 and 2021.