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Shot of undress Petersburg.
Obvodny channel - the largest channel in St. Petersburg. Stems from the Neva River in the vicinity of the Alexander Nevsky Monastery and reaches the river Ekateringofki. The original canal was dug as a defensive site in 1769-1780 by engineer L. Carbone. The channel length of 8.1 km, width - 21,3 m (in the eastern part - up to 42,6 m), depth - up to 3 m.
Church of the Resurrection at the Warsaw station was built by architect Grim in 1906.

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