Bridge at Peterhof Gardens
St. Petersburg

The first thing that stands out is the Maritime Canal, a long line that reached from the Baltic to the magnificent Grand Cascade, a baroque composition of reproductions of classical sculptures, rich in marble and gold. It says here that much of his own design participated Peter I.

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