Dostoevsky’s St. Petersburg
F. M. Dostoevsky made this great city one of the main heroes of his books and created the phenomenon «Petersburg of Dostoevsky». People say that Dostoevsky was extremely precise in describing the addresses in his books, so you can even make a map using his novel «Crime and Punishment».
«Here we are near Raskolnikov’s house, this is the way to the house of an old woman, and Sonechka was walking by that street…»
But are these addresses true and immovable, established over the years? Maybe «Dostoevsky’s Petersburg» is different than we usually think of it?
During the tour you will personally check it out and find the answers to these truly fateful questions.