IV. Dostoevsky's Petersburg

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 69. St. Nikolas Cathedral to the south of Theatre Square next to the Kriukov canal. Built by Chekavinskii 1753-62 in Russian Baroque style. Two different churches--one basement church and one on second floor. This remained a working church even in Soviet times. It was also one of the churches Dostoevsky worshipped in and the canal next to the church is the setting in many of his works, e.g. "Crime and Punishment." Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1991.
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Fontanka embankment, Izmailovskii Bridge and Trinity Cathedral. Dostoevsky got married in this cathedral. Setting for much of Dostoevsky's "The Double." Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1991

 

 71.  The Alenkin house where Dostoevsky lived 1864-67. Kaznacheiskaia ul. 7. The region is featured in "Crime and Punishment." Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
 72. The Alenkin House where Dostoevsky lived 1864-67. Kaznacheiskaia ul. 7. Crime and Punishment environs. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998
  73. House where Dostoevsky lived 1864-67. Kaznacheiskaia ul 7. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
74. Kuznechnyi pereulok 5 where Dostoevsky lived as a young ma. His last apartment was on the second floor of the same building. His picture now hangs over the entrance to what is preserved as a home-museum. This is where he completed "The Brothers Karamazov." Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
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Dostoevsky's last apartment: parlor. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.

 

 76. Dostoevsky's home-museum on Kuznechnyi pereulok 5: his desk where "Brothers Karamazov" was completed. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
77.  Dostoevsky's last apartment. His wife's desk where whe was to edit many of his works even after his death. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
 78. Dostoevsky's last apartment: dining room. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
80. Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." Raskolnikov's house on Grazhdanskaia ulitsa 19/5. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
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Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." The staircase to Raskolnikov's garret room with graffiti: "Rodya zone"; "Crime and Punishment is a work of the 21st century." Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.

 

 

 82. Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." The stairway to Raskolnikov's garret apartment with graffiti" "Raskolnikov lives in each of us." "Rodya, kill my neighbor," etc. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.
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Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." The stairway to Raskolnikov's garret apartment with graffiti. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.

 

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Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." The Pawnbroker's house. Sredniaia Pod"iacheskaia ul. 15/104. Photo: Gitta hammarberg 1998.

 

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Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." The pawnbroker's house on Sredniaia Pod"iacheskaia ul. 15/104. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.

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Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." Sonya Marmeladov's house on the Griboedov Canal # 73, formerly Ekaterinskii canal. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.

 

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Dostoevsky: "Crime and Punishment." Sonya Marmeladova's house on the Griboedov canal. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1998.

88.  Dostoevsky's tomb in the Alexander Nevskii Monastery cemetery. Photo: Gitta Hammarberg 1991.

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