Petrikirche in St. Petersburg is considered to be the largest Lutheran church in Europe. It stands on Nevsky Prospect, in the very centre of the city. All tourist itineraries pass nearby. But I’m sure 100% that tourists rarely visit Petrikirche (they usually head to the must-see attractions). Because they just don’t know what secrets are living behind its modest yellow-pale facades.
Sightseeing in St. Petersburg could vary according to tourist interests and values: from royal palaces to hipster lofts, from world-known attractions to absolutely off-the-beaten-track…