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Stop At: The State Hermitage Museum, Palace Square, 2, St. Petersburg 191055 Russia
Founded in 1764 the Hermitage Museum is Russia's largest Fine Art museum and home to an astounding collection of about three million masterpieces.
Upon arrival, enter the Winter Palace via the stunning Jordan Staircase and walk through the superb staterooms of the Winter Palace. Next, proceed to the Small Hermitage for a visit to the Pavilion Hall, which features slender marble columns, an elegant gallery and 28 lovely cut-glass chandeliers. En route to the Old Hermitage you will see a collection of 13th to 18th-century Italian art. On display there are works by Leonardo Da Vinci, Rafael, Michelangelo, Giordgione, and Titian. At the New Hermitage, view a collection of Spanish art by El Greco, Murillo, Zurbaran, Velasquez and Goya among others. The Hermitage is also home to a vast Rembrandt [paints and over 40 works by Rubens.
Next we cross the Palace square to see the impressionist and post-impressionists Collection located in the General Staff building.
Duration: 3 hours