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  • Steps Away: Places to Explore Near ITMO University's Kronversky Campus

    In the Russian language, the word okno – “window” – has another meaning familiar to any student or professor: “an empty period between classes”. Whether you’re a virtuoso of time management or someone who makes it up as they go along, you’ll be sure to encounter these in your daily life. In this series, we’ll consider a few options for how to put that extra time to good use. And we’ll start by exploring the area that’s key for every ITMO student or staff member: the main campus at Kronverksky Prospekt 49.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: September 28-29, 2019

    Your mood has dropped together with St. Petersburg temperatures? We can’t have that. Here’s our regular rundown on the best events of this weekend in St. Petersburg to rectify the situation!


  • Perks of Student Life in St. Petersburg

    Did you know that QS ranks St. Petersburg as the 66th best city for students in the world? To help you get the most out of your stay in the city, be it a week or a year, we’ve put together a list of special offers and opportunities that students can enjoy in St. Petersburg.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: September 14-15, 2019

    Catch the latest art exhibition, listen to medieval music at the St. Petersburg Capella, take a stroll through Pavlovsk Park, and admire the delicate beauty of violets – here’s our weekly roundup of the best Sat-Sun events in St. Petersburg!


  • Unexplored St. Petersburg: Pulkovo Observatory

    For most guests and citizens of St. Petersburg, the name “Pulkovo” brings thoughts of packed luggage, check-in lines, and airline peanuts. But just a mere 4 kilometers away from Pulkovo Airport you’ll find the Pulkovo Observatory – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and underappreciated landmark that you’ll enjoy whether you are down to earth or have your head up in the clouds.


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: August 3-4, 2019

    Immerse yourself into the mysteries of the High Renaissance and their reverberations in art, travel to the thick of the swinging hippy ‘60s, get your eco-cap on with a green festival, and indulge in chef-d’oeuvres of opera from all over the world: a culturally rich weekend in St. Petersburg (and its colorful environs) awaits!


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: July 27-28

    Theatrical performances in Yelagin Park, Swan Lake at the Mariinsky Theater, a knight tournament in Vyborg and, of course, Navy Day – this weekend is jam-packed with cool events for you to attend!


  • Over 400 Scientists from All Over the World to Discuss Key Trends in Nanophotonics and Metamaterials at METANANO 2019

    METANANO 2019, the fourth conference on nanophotonics and metamaterials, has started in St. Petersburg. The annual event brings together top scientists from universities and research centers of Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the US, the UK and other countries. This year, the conference, which is organized by ITMO University’s International Research Center for Nanophotonics and Metamaterials, has an even larger geographic representation and the number of speakers and participants. More than 400 specialists will share about the latest achievements in nanophotonics, metamaterials, biophotonics, quantum technologies and other topical scientific fields. 


  • This Weekend in St. Petersburg: July 13-14

    Tours of the most elegant and romantic sailboats, classical and contemporary music in cool venues, and an amazing summer fair at the Sevkabel Port – you’ll find it all in our weekly roundup of the city’s best Saturday and Sunday events!


  • Places to See: Cathedrals, Churches, and Temples of St. Petersburg

    Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, the St. Isaac’s, Kazan, and Peter and Paul cathedrals – these are all names familiar to anyone who’s even barely begun exploring St. Petersburg. But look beyond the go-to tourist spots and you’ll discover a kaleidoscope of churches and temples that illustrate the city’s rich heritage as a capital of the Russian Empire. Here are some of St. Petersburg’s lesser-known, but still no less remarkable, cathedrals, temples, and churches for you to check out.


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