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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › PeterhofPeterhof - Wikipedia

    Peterhof, Petergof, or Peterhoff may refer to: Peterhof Palace, a palace complex in St. Petersburg, Russia; Petergof (Peterhof), a municipal town under jurisdiction of St. Petersburg, Russia, where the palace complex is located; 13923 Peterhof, an asteroid; USS Peterhoff, a British ship captured by the Union Navy during the American Civil War

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › PetergofPetergof - Wikipedia

    Petergof is named after the Peterhof Grand Palace, a sixteen-meter-high bluff lying less than a hundred meters from the shore. The so-called Lower Gardens ( Nizhny Sad ), at 1.02 square kilometers (0.39 sq mi) comprising the better part of the palace complex land area, are confined between this bluff and the shore, stretching east and west for roughly 200 meters (660 ft).

  3. St Petersburg Russia travel guide featuring unique video and 360° panoramas of beautiful St. Petersburg. Sightseeing and entertainment information, special events, maps, and attractions in St Petersburg.

  4. Le Sette meraviglie della Russia sono i sette luoghi risultati vincitori di un sondaggio organizzato dal giornale Izvestija, dal canale televisivo Rossija 1 e dall'emittente radiofonica Radio Majak. Le modalità di voto hanno compreso l'utilizzo degli SMS e di internet .

  5. Located just in 30 minutes ride from Saint Petersburg, Peterhof attracts tourists from all over the world. This former summer residence of the imperial family is famous for its parks and palace, and, in particular, the outstanding Lower Park and the Upper Garden decorated with exquisitely designed fountains that turn this park assembly into a genuine piece of art.

  6. 12/06/2022 · June 12 is a national holiday called ‘Russia Day’.This day marks the starting point of the modern history of Russia. Before, it was the Russian Empire, then the Soviet Union, but, on June 12 ...

  7. 25/05/2022 · In 2002, Russia held its first census after the collapse of the USSR. Pictured below is the process of census list printing. The census calculated approximately 145 million people living in Russia.