Landscape

View of the Neva with the Sts Peter and Paul Fortress

View of the Neva with the Sts Peter and Paul Fortress
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Landscape, Painting, Oil on canvas, 81.5x139.5 cm
Origin: Russia, 1750
Author of Origin: Makhayev, Mikhail Ivanovich
Source of entry: The Higher Naval Engineering College, Leningrad, 1953
Exibition: Russian Culture: middle and second half of the 18th century

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Peter and Paul Cathedral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral, Saint Petersburg. ... The cathedral is dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, ... View across the Neva ...
St.Peter and St.Paul's Fortress- Saint Petersburg, Russia ...
The Peter-Paul Fortress in mid December with the spire of the St. Peter and St. ... and give a stunning view of the Neva River and you can see the churches, ...
Peter and Paul Cathedral - St. Petersburg, Russia
The Peter and Paul Cathedral is located inside the Peter and Paul Fortress along the Neva River in St. Petersburg. It is the oldest building in St. ...
Peter and Paul Fortress | TripSay
The Peter and Paul Fortress (, also Fortress of SS Peter and Paul) is the ... River Neva at the soaring gold spire of the Cathedral of St Peter and St Paul. ...

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