Outline of Saint Petersburg

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The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to Saint Petersburg:

Saint Petersburg – second-largest city in Russia. An important Russian port on the Baltic Sea, it has the status of a federal subject (a federal city). Its name was changed to "Petrograd" in 1914, then to "Leningrad" in 1924, and back to Saint Petersburg in 1991.

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General reference[edit]

Geography of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Geography of Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg
Санкт-Петербург
Saint Petersburg is located in Russia
Saint Petersburg
Saint Petersburg
Location within Russia
Coordinates: 59°57′N 30°18′E / 59.950°N 30.300°E / 59.950; 30.300

Location of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Environment of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Satellite picture of St. Petersburg
Aerial view of the Vasilyevsky Island

Natural geographic features of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Areas of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Districts of Saint Petersburg

Locations in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Bridges in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Bridges in Saint Petersburg

Cultural and exhibition centers in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Forts of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Monuments and memorials in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Museums and art galleries in Saint Petersburg[edit]

The Menshikov Palace, a branch of the Hermitage Museum

Museums in Saint Petersburg

Palaces and villas in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Oranienbaum, the Grand Menshikov Palace
The Amber Room in 1917

Parks and gardens in Saint Petersburg[edit]

The "Temple of Friendship" in Pavlovsk Park

Public squares in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Public squares in Saint Petersburg

Religious buildings in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Secular buildings in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Buildings and structures in Saint Petersburg

Streets in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Theatres in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Theatres in Saint Petersburg

Towers in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Triumphal arches in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Demographics of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Demographics of Saint Petersburg

Government and politics of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Smolny Institute, the seat of the governor's office and city administration

Politics of Saint Petersburg

Law and order in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Military in Saint Petersburg[edit]

History of Saint Petersburg[edit]

History of Saint Petersburg

History of Saint Petersburg, by period or event[edit]

Tsar Peter the Great, who founded Saint Petersburg in 1703

Timeline of Saint Petersburg

History of Saint Petersburg, by subject[edit]

Culture of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Fence of the Catherine Palace

Culture of Saint Petersburg

Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli, an Italian architect who contributed numerous landmarks to St. Petersburg

Arts in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Architecture of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Architecture of Saint Petersburg

Cinema of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Literature of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Music and ballet of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Igor Stravinsky, considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century

Theatre of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Visual arts of Saint Petersburg[edit]

The Rose Trellis Egg made in Saint Petersburg in 1907

Events in Saint Petersburg

Scarlet Sails, a public event during the White Nights Festival

Languages of Saint Petersburg

Media in Saint Petersburg

People from Saint Petersburg

Religion in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Saint Isaac's Cathedral, a Russian Orthodox Church

Religion in Saint Petersburg

Sports in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Sport in Saint Petersburg

Economy and infrastructure of Saint Petersburg[edit]

Economy of Saint Petersburg

Transportation in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Transportation in Saint Petersburg

Rail transport in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Tram on Moscow Gate Square

Rail transport in Saint Petersburg

Education in Saint Petersburg[edit]

Education in Saint Petersburg

Healthcare in Saint Petersburg[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Atlas of Saint Petersburg