Miniature Grand Model of Russia at St. Petersburg

Miniature Grand Model of Russia at St. Petersburg.

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

A miniature of the Grand Model of Russia is available for public view at St. Petersburg. It occupies almost 800 square meters. It is the largest country model in the world. One can watch many parts of Russia being assembled in Miniature. The model depicts Russia from its western frontiers to the Pacific coast.
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Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

Miniature model of Russia, St. Petersburg

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  2. says

    Amazing exhibit. I can’t get over how they managed to get their cars, trucks, etc., to stay on the roads without resorting to using the older method of slots. And I was just blown away with the older style rural post n’ beam Orthodox churches. What detail! One problem with the place and that’s finding its website so I can make contact.

    If you have it and don’t mind passing it along, I’d be mightily grateful.

    Thanks,
    Steven Barrett