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St. Petersburg Live Cam, Russia – Reed Street

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Reed Street – a street in the Primorsky district of St. Petersburg, starting from Gakkelevskaya street and continued to Shuvalov Avenue.

The name was given to 4 April 1988 on the reeds, typical of marshland. In fact, the street began to emerge in 1990.

The nearest metro station – “Commandant Prospect”.

“Commandant Prospect” – 59th St. Petersburg metro station. It is the terminus of the Maritime Frunzensko-5 line. Prior to the commissioning of the site “Dostoevsky” – “Savior” March 7, 2009, together with the entire Primorye radius was part of the Right Bank line.

The station opened April 2, 2005 as part of the site “Old Village” – “Commandant Prospect”. Name received by the location on the eponymous avenue. The project station was called “Warriors”, “Bogatyrsky Prospect”, “Commandant area”, “Commandant airfield” and “testers Prospect”.

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St. Petersburg Live Cam, Russia – Сommandant area

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Commandant Square – Square in the historic district of Long Lake Primorsky administrative district of St. Petersburg. Located at the intersection of the Commandant’s prospectus, street Ilyushin, Gakkelevskaya street, avenue and street testers Utochkina. The name was given to 4 April 1988.

On the square is a shopping and entertainment complex “atmosphere” of the underground floor which has an entrance to an underground passage through the Commandant’s prospectus and entry to “Commandant Prospect” metro station. On Avenue Commandant testers through the area to the street Ilyushin streetcar line from the “Pioneer” metro station (as Commandant area and the station “Pioneer” metro connect bus and trolley routes). Road traffic in the area – a circular.

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St. Petersburg Live Cam, Russia – Admiralty Quay

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Admiralty Quay – promenade in the Admiralty district of St. Petersburg. It is taking place on the left bank of the River Neva and the Great 2nd Admiralty Island. It starts from the junction with directions Palace Palace Embankment and the Palace Bridge, ends Senate Square.

Since the construction of the city in 1703 and the Admiralty in 1704, this part of the coast of the Big Neva used as access to the river shipyard Admiralty. Through these “river gate” supplied raw materials and materials, here descended from slipways built ships.

The buildings of the Admiralty, the place of the future quay Embankment was created in 1844 when all the shipbuilding work were transferred to Galernaya Harbor, and therefore were covered all the channels and pools in its territory.

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