Culture / 59 x 26'

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Saint-Petersburg is a city of architectural wonder. Its streets, squares, palaces, cathedrals and bridges were all created by some of history’s greatest architects. These men -- Bartolomeo Rastrelli, Domenico Trezzini, Leonty Benua and Giacomo Quarenghi -- were foreigners to the land, but they understood the soul of Russia and were able to translate its beauty into stone. Russia, in return, gave them the friendship of its artists, composers and poets as well as love of the gorgeous Russian women who became their muses and caring wives.
Episodes:
1.Bridges
2.Peter and Paul Cathedral. Domenico Trezzini
3.Alexandrinsky Theatre. Carlo Rossi
4.Exchange Building. Thomas de Thomon
5.St. Isaac's Cathedral. Auguste de Montferrand
6.Winter Palace. Bartolomeo Rastrelli
7.Kazan Cathedral
8.Smolny Institute. Giacomo Quarenghi
9.New Hermitage. Leo von Klenze
10.Church of the Resurrection (Savior on Spilled Blood). Alfred Parland
11.Yusupov Palace
12.Mariinsky Theatre. Albert Kavos
13.House of Count Laval
14.Building of the Central School of Baron Stieglitz
15.Mariinsky Palace
16.Marble Palace. Antonio Rinaldi
17.Menshikov Palace
18.Yelagin Palace. Carlo Rossi
19.Mikhailovsky Castle. Vincenzo Brenna
20.Spaso- Preobrazhenskiy Cathedral
21.Potemkin Palace
22.Polovtsov Mansion
23.State Academic Choir
24.Nikolsky Cathedral
25.Imperial Academy of Arts
26.Spiridonov Mansion
27.Building of the Russian Geographical Society
28.Baron Kelkh’s Mansion
29.Museum-Estate of Derzhavin
30.Mikhailovsky Theatre
31.Yeliseyev House
32.Prince Vladimir Cathedral
33.Von Derviz House
34.Paskevich Mansion
35.St. Petersburg State University
36.Building of the Russian Museum of Ethnography
37.Vladimir Palace
38.Lidval House
39.Anichkov Palace
40.Novodevichy Convent
41.Singer House / House of Books

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Title KEEP FLAUNTING YOUR BEAUTY, SAINT-PETERSBURG!
Genre Culture
Number of episodes 59
Length 26
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