Peter the Great in front of the St. Michael’s Castle in St. Petersburg.
Canal of Emperor Peter the Great designed for entering the Petrovsky dock.
The disastrous flood of 1824, vividly described in Alexander Pushkin's The Bronze Horseman, carried away or damaged a great many of the city's timber bridges. This necessitated the construction of several new cast-iron and masonry spans in the late 1820s and the 1830s.
Park Sergievka near Peterhof, Russia.
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