inside labyrinth

  • Print

St.Petersburg has a warm welcome to strangers. The old capital and favorite of the tsars lays peaceful on a early sundaymorning in the mild lazy sun. You are running between shepherds of tourists who hop out of buses and glide through channels on flat glassboats and stay in long lines in front of the famous ermitage and you know you have to become one of them if you want to see Ilia Efimovich Repins painting "What a Freedom" from 1903. To be continued...