Communal Living in Russia: Photos
The Neighborhood: A house at the corner of Bolshoy and Karpovka
  Summary
  Two streets often seen by Marina and Lena from the clips "Over a Cup of Tea" and "Who lived here before the revolution?" (Tour 5). 2007.
  Basic Facts and Background
  When: Spring 2007

Where: A prestigious neighborhood in St. Petersburg. Most buildings here were built in the early twentieth century.

What: View of a building on the corner of Bolshoy Prospekt (Petrograd Side) and the embankment of the Karpovka river. This block is the home of Lena and Marina from the "Over a Cup of Tea," and "Who Lived Here Before the Revolution?" (Tour 5).

The building has a memorial plaque commemorating the fact that Lenin slept there.

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