Historian photographer William Brumfield retraces legendary Prokudin-Gorsky’s final trip to Karelia in Russia’s North, bordering with Finland, re-revealing the region’s magnificent wooden architecture.
The historic center of the former Russian capital and monuments related to it made it onto the UNESCO World Heritage List back in 1990. It is considered the largest historic and cultural object on the list. Below we’ve highlighted the main attractions of St. Petersburg, that are simply a must to visit. We also added several other places to the list that are not on UNESCO’s.