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Blazena Ksenija Petrogradska

In the XVII century, the capital of the Russian Empire consisted of two parts. One of them, the court and paradine, not only fascinated capital's residents, but also foreigners. "I was totally fascinated by distance St Petersburg, beautiful palaces and wide streets," she wrote franuyeka artist visa Lebrun. "Beauty Neva, light and transparent, flows through the city and is completely covered with a variety of ships that constantly come and go and so captivating revive this wonderful city. Ivory Neve is all granite, as well as many channels which, on the orders of Catherine the Second, dug inside the city. on one side of the river is a beautiful building of the Academy of arts, the Academy of Sciences and many others, which are reflected in the water. they told me that there is nothing more beautiful than the design of the buildings on the moon - all of it then look like ancient temples. I really, the river was cut off from the city and turned into a periphery. The nobility leaves Petrograd country and here are beginning to inhabit the petty clerks, merchants and officials of the military institution. It was the poorest part of the capital. Long rows of narrow streets, many of which were not even popoločane and wooden cottages were a common sight in this part of the capital. If it goes further than the Big prospectus of this central part, insofar becomes quieter, darker, poorer ... It's dark, sometimes smoldering into an oil lantern, but its yellow, dimmed light can not fight with an eclipse which was wound down. .. it was a refuge for the poor. Singling several rubles from their salaries, a clerk would, during the long years of service, smallish accumulated capital, then for a small sum of money to buy a piece of land in the country to Petrogradskoj here little by little, from cheap materials built a wooden shack. Then he would be met their pension and gray hairs, relocated here to live here the rest of life. Here they are, the yellow plates indicative of owners, able to see all the acts of the civil service - from notary to state advisors. They were poor and in most cases not very uncomfortable homes of wealthy host. Life Center St Petersburg countries were stalls at the market. Here were gathered maids, widows come to buy sugar for five kopecks, lackeys who sold paper stolen from their masters ... I have talked about everything SRO is happening in the capital and in the world. Here everything was open, everything is passed from mouth to mouth, it is remembered, and then passed on to children and grandchildren. One of the street got its name from the colonel, the court cantors Andrei Petrov. About a hundred and fifty years ago, his widow could meet close to the church of St. Matthew the Apostle or near the market. She was always surrounded by people, around it is usually contained dozens of women, its successor; they called it the "Andrei Fedorovich," a mother brought her children and, if they were stroked on the head, leaving a smile; Some are, however, stood and listened to what she says. After two centuries, the Fool for Christ will be glorified in the assembly of the saints, and the world's entire Orthodox pout her with the words: "Blessed Ksenija Council, pray for us!" a mother brought her children and, if they were stroked on the head, leaving a smile; Some are, however, stood and listened to what she says. After two centuries, the Fool for Christ will be glorified in the assembly of the saints, and the world's entire Orthodox pout her with the words: "Blessed Ksenija Council, pray for us!" a mother brought her children and, if they were stroked on the head, leaving a smile; Some are, however, stood and listened to what she says. "Blessed Ksenija Council, pray for us!"

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