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Baltic Cruise - St. Petersburg to Oslo
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St. Petersburg

The very impressive Church of Our Savior on the Spilled Blood was built on the spot where Alexander II was assassinated in 1881.

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St. Petersburg

We had lunch at a 5-star hotel that included caviar, Russian sparkling wine and vodka. The entertainment was traditional Russian singers.

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St. Petersburg

St. Issac`s Cathedral. We toured inside on one of our excursions.

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St. Petersburg

The Winter Palace, one of the buildings of the Hermitage, from across the River Neva. The Hermitage was an excellent art and cultural museum.

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St. Petersburg

Some of the art on display in the Hermitage.

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St. Petersburg

There were also some pretty impressive rooms in the Hermitage!

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Tallinn

The Lower Town is still surrounded by much of its original wall that protected the city in medieval times.

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Tallinn

Quiet, cobblestoned back alleys. Well, quiet for now, it's only 10:00 am. By noon, it`ll be wall to wall tourists!

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Tallinn

The market was along the old city wall.

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Tallinn

The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral from near the city wall.

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Tallinn

Garlic bread and Estonian beer in the town square. Behind Debbie on the left, a military band was playing.

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Oslo

The busy harbour. The large brown building is the city hall.

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Oslo

The Nobel Peace Center, in what used to be an old railway station.

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Oslo

The Royal Palace.

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Oslo

Vigeland Park, featuring 192 sculptures of 600 full size figures of people at all stages of life. It was obviously very popular with the locals too.

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