Articles with tag: north europe cruise

We were on the celebration of the Day of the Russian Navy. People were standing in a queue to get the Mexican vessel. There was a protest on the Field of Mars. Here's a lantern on the waterfront on the Panteleimonovsky Bridge. Here's another lantern nearby the Academy of Arts and Industry...
This is Vosstaniya Square in Saint Petersburg. We took a walk along Nevsky Prospect and Liteyny Avenue. There are many wooden doors in the city. This one is in Uzbek style. The cathedral is called - The Cathedral of the Lord's Transfiguration of all the Guards. Guns captured from the Russian...
In this review, you can find unpopular sights of Saint Petersburg , fragments of interesting buildings and unusual monuments. We started our walk from Pravdy Street. Here's the Institute of Film and Television. The building was built as a parish school. This is Alexander Nevsky...
During our spring visit in Saint Petersburg, we decided to go boating along the Neva River.  Although, the Neva was too far, so we started our trip by very small boat from Fontanka (left branch of the river Neva). However, it was cold, we were very impressed. Here's The Church of the...
In this review, you can find photos of my recent May visit to St. Petersburg. Each time I come in that city, I take a walk along the embankment of Schmidt on Vasilyevsky Island. Here's the Monument to Krusenstern in the photo above. There's s a moorage of vessels by the embankment of Schmidt. Here...
The weather was sunny that day in Reykjavik! We were walking through the city and taking photos of everything around. This is the beginning of the pedestrian area. There's Hallgrimskirkja to the right. There's an observation deck in this church. Here you can read the review about it...
The construction of the church Hallgrimskirkja in Reykjavik began in 1945 and ended in 1986. Therefore, it is considered to me a modern church. There's an observation deck above the clock. We went inside. It looks quite modern inside. Let us go up. The ticket cost 6 euro (as of 2016)....
Let us take a walk through the city of Reykjavik. This is Hallgrimskirkja. This is The Free Church in Reykjavik (The Fríkirkjan í Reykjavík), which was built in 1901. Unfortunately, it was closed. This is Tjornin Lake. You can see a dark rectangle tower to the left. This is Landakotskirkja (...
We went to Austurvollur Square in Reykjavik . In the center, there's a monument to the Icelandic national hero Jon Sigurdsson. Opposite, there's Reykjavik Cathedral (isl. Dómkirkjan í Reykjavík), built in 1787. There's the Parliament House to the right. This is the Parliament House...
From Thingvellir National Park (yellow arrow) we went to the volcano crater lake Kerid (red arrow).  Honestly, I was impressed by the crater more than by the park. Although, there were more people in the park. The weather wasn't favorable... Finally, we had arrived. This is a cash...

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