Saint - Petersburg Vacation 2015: Part I

If you follow me on Instagram you know I'm currently in Saint Petersburg, Russia. And I love it so much. 
S.P people's (like most people who live in cities with rich history) always known how to make a piece of art out of every hole of their city. I look like an Asian tourist here because I literally can't put my camera inside my bag: there are so many moments I want to capture and then cherish for life. Though I know it doesn't take too long to get to the city-on-Neva compared to other interesting places I'd like to visit  (think Singapore or Beijing). And II'll come back here maybe many times later. But...
Yesterday I visited Hermitage. I know it sounds trivial. I myself am not that kind of person who always visits sights which are 'worth seeing'. On the contrary, I think that one can only know the city from its inside when visits only unusual places. This time Hermitage was markable because of the one & only Zaha Hadid's retrospective of works.  If you don't know who this amazing woman is you don't exist to me! 
The exhibition was interesting though I had had to queue for hours before buying a ticket.
I even wrote a few complementing words in an "Opinions Book " left by managing staff at the entrance when I was about to leave. 
To cut a long story short, enjoy my photos. 

'The exposition is very interesting. Zaha Hadid is the future of architecture. Maurice Chabale'. 

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Faithfully yours, 

Maurice Chabale


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