The oldest building of Saint-Petersburg

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Taken the 21/03/08
The house was built in May 1703 for Peter I. It was from here that the tsar supervised the construction of the Peter and Paul Fortress. In 1844 this wooden building was provided with a protective shelter of stone. The house of Peter I is the only wooden structure that has survived from the first years of the city's existence to the present time.
3 deep blue murals decorate building erected in 1960s. This place reminds Spanish murals of Madrid and Barcelona.
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Latitude: 59° 57' 13" N, Longitude: 30° 19' 49" E see »

Location: город Санкт-Петербург, Russian Federation

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