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    Re: Wisconsin Maritime Museum
    From: Ark Shvetsky
    Date: 2009 Nov 9, 22:18 -0800

    Just tell your friends ahead of time what are you really interested in.  There 
    are so many so-called Speciality museums in St. Petersburg, for instance The 
    Museum of Communcations, Polar Exploration Museum, Famous Kunstkamera 
    (founded by Peter the First), etc.  On one of the buildings along Neva River 
    you can see the black line which indicates the level of deadly flood which 
    happened almost 200 years ago.  You should see the level Above the enbankment 
    to realise how high the water stayed.  Anyway, I'm not a tourist guide and 
    definitely not trying to promote tour packages to innocent tourists.  Just 
    one thing-St. Petersburg was unique, and still is unique not only as a former 
    Russian Empire Capital, but as a city which still holds a lot of attractions 
    even after all those stormy years.
    
    
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