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" Petersburg.' There is nothing little or mean to offend the eye ; all is grand, extensive, large, and open ; the streets seem to consist entirely of palaces ; the edifices are lofty and elegant. The public structures, quays, piers, ramparts... "
Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Scandinavia - Σελίδα 393
των Edward Daniel Clarke - 1824
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...magnificence of all the cities of Europe could but equal Petersburg. There is nothing little or mean,1 to offend the eye; — all is grand, extensive, large and open« The streets, which are<wide and straight, seem to consist entirely of palaces i the edifices are -white, lofty, and regular....

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...description. " The united magnificence of all the cities of Europe could but equal Petersburgh. There is nothing little or mean to offend the eye; all is grand,...built with stone; but on a nearer inspection, you fmd the walls are of brick, covered with plaster: yet every part is so clean and iu such excellent...

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1824
...description. " The united magnificence of all the cities of Europe could but equal IV tersburgh. There is nothing little or mean to offend the eye; all is grand,...the edifices are white, lofty, and regular. At first tight, the whole city appears to be built with stone; but on a nearer inspection, you find the walls...

The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge ...

1840
...Clarke (since whose time il has been very much improved), ' could but equal Si.Petersburg.' There is nothing little or mean to offend the eye ; all is grand, extensive, large, and open; the streets seem to consist entirely of palaces ; the edifices are lofty and elegant. The public structures, quays,...

The penny cyclopædia [ed. by G. Long]., Τόμος 18

Society for the diffusion of useful knowledge - 1840
...Clarke (since whose time it has been very much improved), ' could but equal St. Petersburg.' There is nothing little or mean to offend the eye ; all is grand, extensive, large, and open ; the streets seem to consist entirely of palaces ; the edifices are lofty and elegant. The public structures, quays,...

The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Τόμος 18

1840
...whose time it has been very much improved), ' could but equal St.Petersburg.' There is nothing lit tie or mean to offend the eye ; all is grand, extensive, large, and open ; the streets seem to consist entirely of palaces ; the edifices are lofty and elegant. The public structures, quays,...

Manners and Customs of the Principal Nations of the Globe, Τόμος 1

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1845 - 352 σελίδες
...it has been very much improved, " could but equal St. Petersburg." There is nothing mean or little to offend the eye ; all is grand, extensive, large and open ; the streets seem to consist entirely of palaces ; the structures are lofty and elegant. The public buildings, quays,...

The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Τόμος 18

1840
...Clarke (since whose time ii has been very much improved), ' could but equal St.Petersburg." There is nothing little or mean to offend the eye ; all is grand, extensive, large, and open ; the streets seem to consist entirely of palaces ; the edifices are lofty and elegant. The public structures, quays,...




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