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Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Icebreakers on Neva River this month⛵ Fifth Festival of Icebreakers will be held in St. Petersburg on April 29-30. Its guests will be able to see grandiose dance of tugboats, to visit the most famous ships and one of the most memorable and notable festivities of the city as a whole. The festival symbolizes the opening of summer navigation season. More than six icebreakers available for visit will participate in this large-scale project which. A lot of various competitions, film shows, and concerts will provide great time for all guests. 🔹 29 и 30 апреля в Санкт-Петербурге пройдет V Фестиваль ледоколов. Зрителей мероприятия ожидает грандиозный вальс буксиров, посещение великих кораблей и один из самых запоминающихся и заметных праздников города.Фестиваль символизирует собой открытие летней навигации. В масштабном проекте будут участвовать более шести действующих ледоколов, доступных для посещения всеми желающими. Ph @zefirovm #saintp #petersburg #winter #perfectcity #weekend #wherethego #askmespb #интересныйпитер #событийныйпетербург #events #saintpetersbourg

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The popularity of the Russians is a fact: Russia was the second place with the highest number of monthly active users in the world, and St. Petersburg one of the most “instagrammed” cities in the world.

The historical and cultural wealth of this city, declared a World Heritage Site, gives its visitors wonderful places such as palaces, museums -like the Hermitage- and churches, like The Savior on Blood. The snapshots of this incredible orthodox construction gained almost 400,000 likes.

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