Welcome to Saint Petersburg trivia!Saint Petersburg is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, located on the north-western part of Russia, across the Neva River and the Gulf of Finland. Founded by Tsar Peter the Great in 1703, the city is full of astonishing historical landmarks, fantastic architecture, and unique culture. It has also served as the cultural capital of Russia for centuries, and is home to some of the greatest museums and art galleries in the world.This trivia template will test your knowledge on the history, sights, culture, and more of Saint Petersburg. Put your knowledge to the test and see how much you know about the city. Good luck!
1) What river runs through Saint Petersburg?
2) What is the oldest building in Saint Petersburg?
3) St. Petersburg is known as the “Venice of the North.” Why?
4) What is the average annual temperature in Saint Petersburg?
5) When was the cruiser Aurora built?
6) What is the summer White Nights Festival in Saint Petersburg?
7) What is the most important Kremlin in Saint Petersburg?
8) What is the official language of Saint Petersburg?
9) What is Saint Petersburg's most famous bridge?
10) Who built Peterhof Palace?
11) What is Russia's second largest art museum located in Saint Petersburg?
12) When was the Mariinsky Theatre founded?
13) What is the name of the famous Saint Petersburg University?
14) What is the widest avenue in the world located in Saint Petersburg?
15) What is the oldest station of the Saint Petersburg metro?
16) Who designed the Church on the Spilled Blood?
17) How many Hermitage buildings are there in Saint Petersburg?
18) What colours does the Russian flag have that was adopted in Saint Petersburg in 1883?
19) When was the most monumental Saint Petersburg building, the Peter and Paul Fortress, founded?
20) What is the most famous residential district in Saint Petersburg?
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