Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge 8/17/16
The Hermitage is the largest art museum in the world, located in St. Petersburg, Russia. It was formerly the tsars’ winter palace. There is no way you can see this entire museum in one day, but what there is to see is more than paintings and sculptures. There are ceilings, floors, tables, thrones, clocks, fountains and more. “Art” at the Hermitage encompasses architecture and any other form that beauty may take.
These are some of the “ways” at the Hermitage.
Views from windows at the Hermitage:
If you enjoyed this brief journey into the Hermitage, please check out my blog post The Hermitage Museum: 13 Masterpieces you can see in 2 hours.
8 thoughts on “CWWPC: Ways to go at the Hermitage”
Thank you, Marie!
You have found some fancy ways for this week. Thanks for playing. 😀
Thanks. It’s a very fancy & interesting museum.
love them all!
Thanks! It’s a beautiful place.