Today, the 15th Russian Ludwig Nobel Prize awards ceremony is held in the Hermitage Theatre in St. Petersburg.
This exhibition features a unique object, which is a transformer trunk owned by Emperor Alexander III and designed by inventor Ognjeslav Kosztovits.
On 21 February 2021, an exhibition devoted the fifth anniversary of a joint restoration project between the State Hermitage and Maison Cartier, the French jeweller, started its run in the Picket Hall of the Winter Palace.
The Russian Museum has prepared an exhibition commemorating the 150th birth anniversary of Alexander Benois. Rarely exhibited paintings and drawings made at the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries are showcased.
Russian Railways is considering a project to launch a high-speed train between Moscow and Helsinki.
A food hall is to be opened in St. Petersburg’s oldest department store Gostiny Dvor next summer.
St. Petersburg-based Raketa watchmaking factory is to take part in recreating the unique clock mechanism for Notre Dame de Paris, the factory said in its Instagram account.

An exhibition of photos of pictures by Raphael Santi has opened in the Hermitage.

It is a tribute to the great Italian master who died 500 years ago.

Next year, the construction of an exhibition complex for holding naval shows is to commence in Kronstadt. Russia’s main event of this kind, the International Maritime Defense Show, is also to be held there.

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