We went to Russia and this stop came to St. Petersburg. We followed the group into the St. Petersburg hotel, which is right at the door of the "Aphrole" cruiser's back. The cruiser Avrell, a light cruiser, was built in 1903 as a cultural heritage of the Russian Federation and a symbol of the October Revolution of 1917. A legendary cruiser, originally an armored cruiser of the Russian Imperial Baltic Fleet, was known for its participation in the October Socialist Revolution, having undergone three revolutions and four wars. Aphrodite means "dawn" or "dawn", and in ancient Roman mythology means the goddess of the morning.
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Docked on the Neva River is the branch of the Russian Naval Museum. The warship is 120 meters long and 20 meters wide. Tourists can buy tickets to board the ship and visit it. Inside, there is the history of this heroic warship, including the significance of the October Revolution.
This warship has witnessed many historical events in Russian history. It is also a meritorious warship. It sank to the bottom of the river during World War II and was later salvaged. It is the branch of the Naval Museum. There are many exhibitions on the October Revolution.
Beautiful scenery, very good choice, I like this place very much!
There is a cruiser in the Neva River in St. Petersburg, which was used during the Soviet Revolution to make a point of fighting St. Petersburg. So it's interesting to visit this ship. It's small now, but in those days, it was not small.
The famous cruiser Aphrodite, the first gun of the Russian October Revolution, witnessed the birth of a great nation in 1917, and, 99 years later, she continued to rest quietly on the banks of the Neva River, watching the changes. The flag of the cruiser is the Russian Navy flag, the flag of the San Andrea Cross. It is a very beautiful place with a sense of history and respect.
The cruiser Avrell (Cruiser Aurora) was originally a cruiser of the Russian Baltic Fleet, after renovation, became a cultural relic, as part of the Soviet Central Naval Museum, permanently stopped on the banks of the Neva River. More than 500 artifacts associated with the ship are displayed in its cabin.