St. Petersburg, Russia Live Webcams

Gostinyi Dvor


Enjoy all of these St. Petersburg Russia Live Webcams. St. Petersburg is a Russian port city that sits on the Baltic Sea. In Fact, before Moscow, St. Petersburg was the imperial capital for over two centuries.

There is plenty to see and do in the city, which includes: The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Peterhof, St. Isaac’s Cathedral, State Hermitage Museum, Peter and Paul Cathedral, The State Russian Museum Mikhailovsky Palace, Menshikovskiy Dvorets, Mariinsky Theatre, Catherine Palace and Park, Tsarskoye Selo State Museum Preserve, The Naval Cathedral of Saint Nicholas in Kronstadt, Faberge Museum, The Alexander Park, Zelenogorsk Recreation Park, Oranienbaum State Museum Reserve, Grand Maket Russia, New Holland Island, Erarta Museum of Contemporary Art, and Yusupov Palace.

Russia Anti-War Protests

Russia and Ukraine have been engaged in a war for nearly a month now. Most of the international community has scolded Russia for the invasion into Ukraine. Many in the international community have openly rebuked Russia and have even imposed sanctions on the Russia.

Also, a number of Russian citizens have openly protested Vladimir Putin with a number of Anti-War Protests throughout the country.