Virtual Promenade with Alexander III

A new digital project «Virtual Promenade with Alexander III» was launched at the State Russian Museum on February 18.

According to a news agency «Regnum», visitors to the event have an opportunity to see architectural ensembles of the old St. Petersburg, animated by the latest computer technologies.

The Emperor Alexander III (the founder of the Russian Museum) himself tells viewers about palaces and parks. A wonderful Russian artist Ivan Krasko impersonated the Emperor.

Members of «Association of Russian Art Fans», uniting representatives of St. Petersburg intelligentsia, participants of the World War II and the Leningrad siege survivors were first to see the new project.

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