ST. PETERSBURG, Russia                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Boris Feldblyum Architectural Photography /  Collection

                                  (also Санкт-Петербу́рг, Petrograd, Петроград, Leningrad, Ленинград)

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German aerial reconnaissance photograph of the city. World War II period.
Photo 1941-1943.

       


Admiralty (Адмиралтейство). Photo 1978.


View from St. Issac Cathedral (Исаакиевский собор) at the Admiralty (Адмиралтейство) and Winter Palace (Зимний дворец). Photo 1972.


Admiralty Gardens (Адмиралтейский сад).  Photo 1972.

Ministry of Agriculture and Nicholas I monument. Photo ca. 1904.

Publisher: B. Borzykowski in Warsaw.

Anglijskaya Embankment (Английская набережная). 1900.



Dvortsovy Most (Дворцовый мост). Photo ca. 1905.


Photo 1972.


Nikolaevskaya Embankment and the bridge. (Николаевская набережная). 1900с.


Drama Theatre (Театр драмы).Photo 1978.
     

Blagoveshchenskij bridge (Благовещенский мост), also Nicholas Bridge (Николаевский мост), Lieutenant Shmidt Bridge (Mост лейтенанта Шмидта). 1970's.
Architect: S. Kerbedz; ironwork: J. Whistler.

       

Dvortsovaya Square (Дворцовая площадь). View at the Alexander Column (Александровская колонна) and Army Headquarters (Генеральный штаб). Photo 1978.

Army Headquarters Arch (Арка генерального штаба). Photo 1978.

Winter Palace (Зимний дворец). Photo 1978.

Winter Palace (Зимний дворец). Photo 1978.

Winter Palace (Зимний дворец). Photo 1978.



Winter Palace and St. Isaac Cathedral (Исаакиевский собор). Photo 1972.


View at Winter Palace from Vasilevsky Island. Photo 1930's.
Photo: I. Tyutikov & A. Kozhevnikov


Griboedov Channel (Канал Грибоедова). Photo 1960's.


White nights. Photo 1972.
   


St. Isaac Cathedral (Исаакиевский собор). Photo 1978.
     


Kryukov Channel (Крюков канал). Photo 1978.
   


Lermontov Avenue (Лермонтовский проспект). Synagogue. Photo 1972.
   

Letnij Sad (Летний сад). 1970's.

Mojka River (Мойка). 1970's.

   


Neva River (Нева). Photo 1978.
 

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Nevskij Avenue (Невский проспект)

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City Hall (Дума). Photo 1978.


Lady of Kazan Cathedral (Казанский собор). Photo 1978.

Peter and Paul Lutheran Church. Photo 1901. Publisher: H. L.



Photo 1972.
     


New Hoalland (Новая Голландия). Photo 1978.
     

Obvodnyj canal (Обводный канал). 1973.

   

Alexander Suvorov (variants Souvoroff, Суворов) monument. Photo ca. 1910.
Sent as postcard to S. Beketova (variant" Бекетова) in Belgorod.  Document 1911.
 


Peter I Monument (Памятник Петру I). Photo 1978.
     


Peter and Paul Fortress (Петропавловская крепость). Photo 1978.
 

Troitsky / Kirovsky Bridge (Троицкий / Кировский мост. Phoтo 1972.
 

Vasilevskij Island (Васильевский остров). Photo 1978.



Winter Channel (Зимняя канавка). Photo 1978.
       
   

Park Ozerki (Озерки). "Vtoroe Ozero" (Второе oзеро). Photo early 1900s.

Park Ozerki (Озерки). "Canal" (Канал). Photo early 1900s.

     
         

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Postcard sent to S. Rubin (variant: Рубин). Document 1931.


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Postcard sento to N. D. Katsenelenbogen (varints Katzenelenboge, Каценеленбоген) from Moscow. Document 1909.


Postcard sento to D. F.Yakobson (varints Jacobson, Якобсон) by his parents in Riga. Document 1905.


Postcard sent by O. Zlatsen (variants: Zlacen, Злацен) to A. Zlatsen in Zhitomir, Ukraine. Document 1928.
 
         
         

More un-catalogued images and documents:

- Studio portrait. Unidentified man. Yakov Lindenbaum's Studio. Photo late 1800's.