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Park Inn by Radisson Pribaltiyskaya St Petersburg
Address Ulitsa Korablestroyteley, 14 Saint Petersburg 199226 Sankt-Peterburg Russia Europe
Event Space
Total number of meeting rooms 26
Total event space 3,501 sq m
Total meeting room capacity 26 meeting rooms holding 1,500 people
Total exhibit space 1,186 sq m

Meeting Facilities
A-V Equipment
Business Center
Copier
Personal Computer
Fax
Administrative Services
Meeting Room Internet Access (High Speed & Wireless) (additional fee)

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Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel
Address 26/1 Tverskaya Street, Tverskoy, Moscow, Russia, 125009 
The Marriott Grand Hotel has three smaller meeting spaces that can comfortably be used for roundtable business meetings. All of them are part of the Mini Ballroom II, and in fact they are large enough to be used for a wide variety of conferencing and banqueting events, as well as for meetings that require a traditional boardroom set-up.

Rublevsky Hall in Moscow, Russia
At 63 square meters, Rublevsky is the Marriott Grand's smallest meeting venue, and provides and elegant setting for business meeting or banqueting. More details ›››
Square: 63 m2
Maximum capacity: 50 people

Kolomensky
Kolomensky is an adaptable mid-size meeting space at the Marriott Grand Hotel, with space for up to 60 guests in a variety of formats. More details ›››
Square: 76 m2
Maximum capacity: 60 people

Troitsky Hall in Moscow, Russia
Troitsky
An attractively decorated venue for seminars, roundtable meetings or banqueting, Troitsky can accommodate up to 50 guests in a variety of formats. More details ›››
Square: 67 m2
Maximum capacity: 50 people
Architecture
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Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel
26/1 Tverskaya Street, Tverskoy, Moscow, Russia, 125009
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Style and Character
Though it looks a little run down from the outside these days, the hotel interior still impresses – especially the lobby, whose large glass dome spills light onto a grand staircase and circular fountain. Renovations in 2007 have kept the décor in the public areas fairly fresh: marble columns dot the spacious public areas, and breezy blue and green carpets are matched to simple white corridors and understated artworks. The underground level – which contains the spa and a few luxury shops selling flowers, jewellery and souvenirs – features historical tapestries showing 19th-century Moscow scenes.
nearby Bolshoi Theatre Store - 1.44 km from Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel
nearby Kazan Cathedral - 1.89 km from Moscow Marriott Grand Hotel

History
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Ancestors of Amur land
Khabarovsk, Russia, Europe
Investment value  622.00 USD 
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Khabarovsk provides the perfect base from which you can explore the culture of native people of the Russian Far East region, particularly Nanai people, and witness archaeological sites with rock drawings of 7-6 millennium B.C. Itinerary: Depart Khabarovsk at 9 am. Drive for 2 hours (75km) to our first destination - the Sikhachi-Alyan rock drawings site. Sightseeing. Next stop is the Sikhachi-Alyan village. Meet local people. Sightseeing. Visit to the local museum. Continue driving (~8km) to Troitskoe village. Sightseeing. Lunch. Folk concert. Late afternoon, we will return to Khabarovsk city. 
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Departure Point Traveler pickup is offered Exact departure point will be communicated to you after booking. Departure Time 9:00 AM Itinerary Stop At: Petroglyphs Sikachi Alyan Depart Khabarovsk at 9 am. Drive for 2 hours (75km) to our first destination - the Sikhachi-Alyan rock drawings site. Sikhachi-Alyan Petroglyphs (rock drawings). First information regarding them appeared in 1970th. Stone Age images of masks, animals, birds (about 300 in total) carved on the huge basalt boulders were discovered along the Amur River. They immediately made its way to the list of the unique witnesses of our civilization. The mystery and message of the images are yet to be defined... Duration: 2 hours Admission Ticket Included Stop At: Sikachi Alyan Next stop is the Sikhachi-Alyan village. Meet local people. Sightseeing. Visit to the local museum. See and experience day-to-day life of Nanai people living in a small village. Visit their tiny museum to learn about the history and culture of their ancestors. Anthropologically, the Nanai people represent a pure Mongolian type. The total number of those living in Russia is 12 thousand. Most of them settled along the Amur River basin and just like for their ancestors, fishing and hunting remains their main source for living. Over the years, they mastered their skills to perfection when it comes to making clothes and shoes from animal skin and fur. Each item is a true piece of art, handmade with individual look depending on the purpose that can be either hunting, fishing, wedding, funeral or Shamanistic ritual. Duration: 3 hours Admission Ticket Free Stop At: Troitskoe Troitskoe town. From a small village it grew into an administrative center of Nanai district. The impact of rapid industrial development did not avoid the traditional life of local people. Some by fate, some by choice, they emerged with the pace of modern civilization, and along with the destructive influence, also managed to create a new generation of masters in professional art, music and writing. Duration: 3 hours Admission Ticket Free

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The Khabarovsk Regional Museum Grodekova
Khabarovsk, Russia, Europe
Investment value 136.00 USD
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A walking 5-hour tour is a great opportunity to discover this Russian city and to feel the atmosphere. Khabarovsk is the central city of Khabarovsky kray (region) in the Far East region of Russia. The city is situated 30 km away from the border between Russia and the People's Republic of China. Also Khabarovsk is one of the largest political, education and cultural centers of the Far East region after Vladivostok and that explains its high significance. Being founded in 1858, the city was named after the Russian researcher Erofey Khabarov. Since the date of its foundation Khabarovsk was developing rapidly and has become an important industrial center of the region.
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Departure Point Khabarovsk, Khabarovsk Krai, Russia Exact departure point will be communicated to you after booking. Departure Time 10:00 AM Return Details Returns to original departure point Itinerary Stop At: Lenin Square This walking tour includes a walk around the historical center of Kahabarovsk as well as stroll along its beautiful streets and major landmarks. Your tour starts when your tour guide meets you in an agreed destination. After that you are ready to set off to your first site in the city that is a central square – Ploshad Lenina. Having observed the square, the monument of Lenin and the architectural complex that frames this place, you will then continue your trip. Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes Admission Ticket Free Stop At: Khabarovsk Regional Museum One more place that is due to visit is the Khabarovsk Regional Museum Grodekova that houses more than 350 000 exhibits devoted to the Far East. You will hear a number of exciting stories regarding the history of the Far East and the way of life in this region from the old days till now. Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes Admission Ticket Included