Nevsky ProspectSaint Petersburg , Russia
Nevsky Prospekt on our live stream web camera is the widest, longest (4,5 km) and the most important street of the St. Petersburg city, the fully completed in 1718. There is an interesting fact - the even side of the avenue is always sunny. This part is much more crowded and all people are smiling walking along it.
Nevsky Prospekt, which you see on the camera online, was badly damaged during the bombing and shelling in the days of the siege of Leningrad, but fortunately, the historic buildings survived: the Heydenreich's house, the Stroganovs palace, the Silver rows, the tower of the former City Duma building, the Gostiny Dvor, Anichkov Palace, Armenian Apostolic Church of St. Catherine.
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The most famous building of 19-20 centuries - the house of Singer, caused a lot of controversy and criticism is located here. Mertens house and Eliseevsky store are located here - trades in various delicacies like in the tsarist years.
Three rivers are intersected by Nevsky Prospekt: Moika, the Griboedov Canal and the Fontanka, with the famous Anichkov Bridge and magnificent sculptures – “Horse Tamers".
One of the largest shopping centers - Nevsky Center is located on Nevsky Prospekt too. Besides a huge number of cafes, restaurants, boutiques, here is the oldest cinema "Aurora".
One of the most famous sights of St. Petersburg - the Kazan Cathedral (main Orthodox church) with our live stream web cam is located on Nevsky Prospekt too.
Must do in St. Petersburg:
1. Rise up to the colonnade of St. Isaac's Cathedral and admire the city.
2. Visit the Hermitage museum.
3. Visit the opera at the Mariinsky Theatre.
4. Admire how is breeding the Palace Bridge.
5. Throw a coin to the bronze Chizhyk-Pyzhik on the Fontanka.
6. White Night city walk.
The climate in St. Petersburg is moderate. Few sunny days during all the year. Summer in St. Petersburg is not very hot due to the sea climate and the Baltic winds. Winter in St. Petersburg is rather dank with a gusty wet wind. The Weather is very changeable here - in the summer a cold wind can appear suddenly, and in winter it can quickly be filled with snow or vice versa - it can be sharply warmed.
Weather forecast for St. Petersburg for 7 days is available on our website online.