Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg, known as Petrograd in 1914-1924 and Leningrad in 1924-1991, is the second largest city of Russia, with 5 million inhabitants, and the former capital of the Russian Empire.

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The of is the area of main interest to the traveler, home to most attractions of the metropolis.

The Northern Part of is the area north of the Bolshaya Nevka river, which is its boundary with the to the south.

The is a borough in situated between the Bolshaya Neva and the Malaya Neva, two main distributaries of the river.

The Southern Suburbs of are the area south of the Obvodny Canal.


The is a borough in consisting of the islands of the northern part of the Neva delta.

The corresponds to the urban area of east of the River Neva and the .

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Arabic: سانت بطرسبرغ, Aragonese: Sant Petersburgo, Armenian: Սանկտ Պետերբուրգ, Azerbaijani: Sankt-Peterburq, Basque: San Petersburgo, Bosnian: Sankt Peterburg, Breton: Sant-Petersbourg, Bulgarian: Санкт Петербург, Catalan: Sant Petersburg, Chuvash: Санкт-Петербург, Croatian: Sankt Peterburg, Czech: Petrohrad, Danish: Sankt Petersborg, Dutch: Sint-Petersburg, English: Leningrad, English: Peterburg, English: Petersburg, English: Petrograd, English: St.-Petersburg, English: St. Petersburg, English: St Petersburg, Esperanto: Leningrado, Esperanto: Peterburgo, Esperanto: Petrogrado, Esperanto: Sankt-Peterburgo, Estonian: Peterburi, Finnish: Leningrad, Finnish: Pietari, French: Saint-Pétersbourg, Galician: San Petersburgo, Georgian: სანკტ-პეტერბურგი
Georgian: სანქტ-პეტერბურგი, German: Leningrad, German: Petrograd, German: Sankt Petersburg, Greek: Αγία Πετρούπολη, Hebrew: סנקט פטרבורג, Hungarian: Szentpétervár, Icelandic: Pétursborg, Icelandic: Sankti Pétursborg, Ido: Santa Peterburg, Indonesian: St. Petersburg, Italian: San Pietroburgo, Japanese: サンクトペテルブルク, Karelian: Piiteri, Korean: 레닌그라드, Korean: 상트페테르부르크, Korean: 세인트피터즈버그, Latin: Petropolis, Latvian: Sanktpēterburga, Lithuanian: Petrapilis, Lithuanian: Sankt Peterburgas, Lojban: sankt. peterburg, Low German: Sankt Petersborg, Luxembourgish: Sankt Péitersbuerg, Narom: Saint Pétersbourg, Norwegian: St. Petersburg, Norwegian Nynorsk: St. Petersburg, Ossetian: Бетъырбух, Persian: سن پترزبورگ, Polish: Sankt Petersburg, Portuguese: São Petersburgo
Romanian: Sankt Petersburg, Romanian: Санкт-Петербург, Russian: Ленинград, Russian: Петербург, Russian: Петроград, Russian: Питер, Russian: СПб, Russian: Санкт-Петербург, Serbian: Санкт Петербург, Serbian: Санкт Петерзбург, Serbo-Croatian: Sankt Peterburg, Sicilian: San Pietruburgu, Slovak: Petrohrad, Slovenian: Sankt-Peterburg, Slovenian: Sankt Peterburg, Spanish: Leningrado, Spanish: Petrogrado, Spanish: San Petersburgo, Swedish: Sankt Petersburg, Tagalog: Lungsod ng Sankt-Peterburg, Tagalog: San Petersburgo, Tatar: Sankt-Peterburg, Thai: เซนต์ปีเตอร์สเบิร์ก, Tosk Albanian: Sankt-Petersburg, Turkish: Sankt Peterburg, Ukrainian: Санкт-Петербург, Vietnamese: Sankt-Peterburg, Walloon: Sint Petersbork, Welsh: St Petersburg, 圣彼得堡
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