Here are some photos from a trip Ljudmila took to St Petersburg in Fall'13.

A giant wooden hare by the Dutch artist Florentiijn Hofman displayed near Peter and Paul Fortress.

Peter and Paul Fortress seen from the Trinity Bridge.

The Old Stock Exchange and Rostral Columns seen from afar.

The Hermitage Museum.

An ornate entrance of the Hermitage.

Beautiful gold and malachite objects of art.

Ljudmila caught in her own photo.

Beautiful ceiling in the Hermitage.

Ornate clock.

The library of Nicholas II.

These giants never get tired.

St Petersburg Mosque.

Ljudmila in front of the Upper Gardens of Peterhof.

Grand Palace Church building.

The Lower Gardens.

Gang Tian and Ljudmila in front of the sculptures.

The Grand Peterhof Palace.

The Sea Channel dividing the Lower Gardens.

The Palace Square.

Ljudmila posing on the stairs of the Hermitage.

18th-century golden Peacock Clock by James Cox.

Rooftop gardens at the Hermitage.

Intricately decorated doors.

Greek vase.

Church of the Savior on Blood.

John Morgan at the entrance of Mikhailovsky Garden.

The House of Books in the Singer Company Building.

Kazanskiy Cathedral.

St. Catherine Armenian church.

Corinthia Nevskij Palace Hotel.

Inside of the Mariinsky Theatre.

St Isaac's Cathedral.

Boat cruise along the canals.

Inside the Botanical Gardens.

Hotel Europe.

Pushkin's Monument in the Arts Square.

St. Nicholas Maritime Cathedral.

Russian cruiser Aurora.

John listening carefully to the guide.

A giant globe on the top floor of the Ethnography Museum.

Ljudmila enjoying lunch at the Hotel Europe cafe.

Flying back home.

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