Place Details

Place Details

12 chairs in the park of Peter and Paul Fortress

Someone sees the clock in it: the chairs are arranged in a circle and the ones with the mosaic represent 3, 6, 9 and 12 hours. Many people immediately think of a novel by Ilf and Petrov. Others point out that the four largest chairs indicate the sides of the world.

It is difficult to say exactly what Valery Galkin and his fellow blacksmiths from the Guild of Craftsmen who helped to implement his project with his brainchild.

There used to be 12 chairs in the Summer Garden. Now they have found a place in the Peter and Paul Fortress, where everyone is actively photographed with them.

Someone sees the clock in it: the chairs are arranged in a circle and the ones with the mosaic represent 3, 6, 9 and 12 hours. Many people immediately think of a novel by Ilf and Petrov. Others point out that the four largest chairs indicate the sides of the world.

It is difficult to say exactly what Valery Galkin and his fellow blacksmiths from the Guild of Craftsmen who helped to implement his project with his brainchild.

There used to be 12 chairs in the Summer Garden. Now they have found a place in the Peter and Paul Fortress, where everyone is actively photographed with them.

Someone sees the clock in it: the chairs are arranged in a circle and the ones with the mosaic represent 3, 6, 9 and 12 hours. Many people immediately think of a novel by Ilf and Petrov. Others point out that the four largest chairs indicate the sides of the world.

It is difficult to say exactly what Valery Galkin and his fellow blacksmiths from the Guild of Craftsmen who helped to implement his project with his brainchild.

There used to be 12 chairs in the Summer Garden. Now they have found a place in the Peter and Paul Fortress, where everyone is actively photographed with them.

Address

Peter and Paul Fortress, 12

Timetable

Mon-Sun 8:30-21:00

Source

https://kudago.com/spb/place/12-stulev-v-petropavlovke/

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