The Admiralty is a whole architectural complex of the city on the Neva river, emerged through the creativity of some of the most talented architects. Three main streets of Saint Petersburg — Gorokhovaya street, Nevsky and Voznesensky avenues are radiating from the Main building of the Admiralty. The Alexander garden is located in front of the main building. The building itself stretched for 407 meters along the Neva river, its facade decorated with various bas-reliefs and one of the main symbols of the Northern city — spire with its gilded vane-boat, which can be seen from any point of Nevsky Prospekt.
The construction of Admiralty 1704, after 7 years of its tower was crowned with a spire. The first building was of wood, but since 1727 rebuilt in stone. The project was led by I. Korobov. In the early 19th century, in the period from 1806 to 1823, architect A. Zakharov builds a new building in the Empire style. Alexander garden appears before the building of the Admiralty in 1874.
|Address Admiralty||Admiralteysky Prospekt, 1 on the map|
|Mode||To see the building around the clock. To get to Museum 10:00-18:00.|
|The cost of the ticket||The price of admission: adults — 60 rubles, for students — 30 roubles, children — free.|
How to get to the Admiralty