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From A Thousand Eyes: Russia

‚ÄúFrom a Thousand Eyes,” is a four-part series on the Summer 2014 voyage that depicts our ports from the viewpoint of the participants. Here, in the final installment, students share their experiences and imagery from St. Petersburg and Moscow, Russia.

Ida Kusumastuti
Russian writer Anna Akhmatova’s apartment in St. Petersburg, Ida Kusumastuti, Seattle Pacific University
Confectionary on Nevsky Prospect, Megan McClintock, University of Virginia
The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Austin Harris, Seattle Pacific University
Interior of the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Alexa O’Connell, Syracuse University. At right, Moscow doorways, Madeline Rencher, University of Utah
Ballet at the Hermitage Theatre, Abbey Smith, Rochester Institute of Technology
Moscow subway station, Lorenzo Servedio, Clarkson University
Vertical 2
Fountain at Peterhof Lower Gardens, Alyssa Langworthy, University of California, San Diego. At right, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Madeline Rencher, University of Utah
Peterhof Gardens, Arshia Wadhwa, University of Michigan
Inside St. Isaac's cupola dome, Katie Rizzo, Christopher Newport University
Inside St. Isaac’s Cathedral’s cupola dome, Katie Rizzo, Christopher Newport University
Catherine’s Palace, Collin Maenhout, Point Loma Nazarene University
Lorenzo
Moscow, Lorenzo Servedio, Clarkson University
Vertical 3
Near Red Square in Moscow, Ida Kusumastuti, Seattle Pacific University. At right, Throne Room in the Winter Palace, Alexa O’Connell, Syracuse University
Jiaer
Swan Lake, Jiaer Zhuang, University of Virginia
Leaving Russia-Marquina Hofschneider
Departing Russia, Marquina Hofschneider, Oregon State University
Peter and Paul’s Fortress at sunset, Patrick Corbett, University of Virginia
Ilwaad Aman- ilwaad.aman.su14@semesteratsea.org
St. Petersburg drawbridges, Ilwaad Aman, Oregon State University
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