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With warmer days in the forecast, it’s simply a crime to spend your time off at home! Rain or shine, spend this weekend in an active mode with our best picks of things to see and do in St. Petersburg.
Summer is almost in full reign in St. Pete, so first and foremost we recommend that you enjoy the warm rays of the sun (but don’t forget to grab an umbrella just in case!). And to spice things up, here is our usual weekend guide – with activities for all times, from dusk to dawn. Enjoy!
Winter is creeping up on us fast but it won’t stop us from having fun, right? From light festivals to the last glimpse of greens and blooms – follow our weekly guide on what to do, where to go, and how to spend this weekend.
What Happens In Your Brain When You Look at a Photograph: Joint Project by ITMO Students and Rosphoto
A group of students from ITMO University’s Faculty of Software Engineering and Computer Systems conducted an exhibition project in the Art & Science format for the Rosphoto museum. With the use of a virtual reality headset, the students revealed what parts of the brain are activated when we look at various photographs. Despite the fact that the project was created specifically for the Night of Museums, it didn’t end there and was recently demonstrated at the 12th Public Relations Russian Student Forum PRKiT 2019. Read on to learn more about the project.
Looking for something fun to do in St. Petersburg? This weekend is packed with a whole bunch of amazing events and activities, from the Night of Museums to the Peterhof Fountains Opening Ceremony and Tulip Festival. Don’t miss out the fun!