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The Field of Mars is located right off the Trinity Bridge and next to the Summer Garden. It is a small square and in the center of the memorial is the eternal flame in the honor of all fallen soldiers as well as all Russian...More
Other than the eternal flame, there's not much here except for a large, open, flat field. We were only here because we were dropped off on one side and wanted to walk to a destination on the other side. When we returned we walked across...More
Unless you know the significance of the Park it is not too impressive. The internal flame represents the victims of the 1917 uprising were buried here. However, there did not appear to be any signs,plaques etc. To explain the site
Not in the greatest of condition, and not with any sort of explanation. However, if you read up about the place you will realize that this is where many of the victims of the 1917 uprising were buried here - so its like an massive...More
sadly this monument is poorly maintained the flame is said to have been lit from a furnace and was Russia's first eternal flame which others were lit from, the stone work surrounding the flame is base on a Mayan temple. Though the monument could do...More
Open park area with walkways that opens to a very nice bak view of the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood. Worth it alone for the view of the church.
Was very peaceful, not a lot of pedestrian traffic while here.
This is an open space of land located near the Summer Gardens and back from the Neva river. There's an eternal flame here, but it's not really maintained in good condition. There's not that much of interest and it's not worth going out of your...More
Beautiful large park named after Mars, the Roman god of war. Situated right in the center of Saint-Petersburg. Bordering the Field of Mars to the north are the Marble (Mramorny) Palace, Suvorova Square and Betskoi’s and Saltykov’s houses. To the west are the Barracks of...More