Saint Isaac's Cathedral


  • Status Inactive lands
  • Item number LND-000009WV
  • City
    • Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
  • Coordinates 59.9341497969359°, 30.3047551093179°
  • Land size 100 m²
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St. Isaac's Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia
The plot of the Digital Land near one of the most beautiful and grandiose temples of Europe. By the sizes it only the little bit concedes to St. Peter's Cathedrals in Rome and Saint Paul in London. And for richness of facade it is often called the museum of a stone. Walls of the building are revetted with the most rare breeds of marble, granite, a jasper, malachite and lazurite. Interiors decorate hundreds of cloths of the famous Russian painters, statues and bas-reliefs and also mosaic panels and huge stained-glass windows. Today St. Isaac's Cathedral is included into the five of the most popular monuments of St. Petersburg. In a year he is visited by about 4 million people.
On a temple colonnade, at the height of 43 meters the observation deck is arranged. From here the great view of an architectural complex of the historic center of St. Petersburg opens. On St. Isaac's Square which thanks to the refined beauty was included into the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. On Mariinsky Palace - a wedding gift of the emperor Nicholas I of his daughter. Here today the Legislative assembly of St. Petersburg sits. The building of the Admiralty surrounded with park of the Alexander Garden and, of course, Senate Square are perfectly visible from a colonnade of St. Isaac's Cathedral. Exactly there is the best-known monument of St. Petersburg – the Bronze Horseman.

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  • Status Inactive lands
  • Item number LND-000009WV
  • City
    • Saint-Petersburg, Russian Federation
  • Coordinates 59.9341497969359°, 30.3047551093179°
  • Land size 100 m²
  • Bids in general 0
  • Added to watch list 3 Users
  • Views 14

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