Twenty years ago Kronshtadt was a closed naval base, visited by few outsiders only with a special pass. Nowadays it is one of the most unusual sights in St Petersburg. Located on the island in the Gulf of Finland, it is accessible by the picturesque road above the barrier which protects St Petersburg from devastative floods. Discover Kronshtadt with our knowledgeable guide: learn the secrets of the operating corvettes and submarines of the Baltic Fleet of Russia, see members of sailors' families lighting candles in the recently restored "Hagia Sophia" of the Kronshtadt – a beautiful naval cathedral of St Nicholas, take a boat ride around the harbors, lighthouses and forts in the Gulf of Finland that once stopped the British squadron from bombarding St Petersburg, and learn about the Kronshtadt rebellion of 1921.
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