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St. Isaac's Cathedral (Isaakevsky Sobor), St.Petersburg, Russia

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 59.933994, 30.305969.

One of the most important buildings of modern St.Petersburg, St.Isaac's Cathedral is the largest orthodox cathedral (though non operating) in north Russia. It was designed by a French architect Auguste de Montferrand, and it took almost 40 years for the cathedral to eb constructed. Known as a former place for displaying the Foucault pendulum, in modern times St. Isaac's Cathedral is one of the key tourist attractions in St.Petersburg which is annually visited by millions of visitors from around the world.

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St. Isaac's Cathedral (Isaakevsky Sobor), St.Petersburg, Russia Lat Long Coordinates Info

The latitude of St. Isaac's Cathedral (Isaakevsky Sobor), St.Petersburg, Russia is 59.933994, and the longitude is 30.305969. St. Isaac's Cathedral (Isaakevsky Sobor), St.Petersburg, Russia is located at Russia country in the Cathedrals place category with the gps coordinates of 59° 56' 2.3784'' N and 30° 18' 21.4884'' E.

St. Isaac's Cathedral (Isaakevsky Sobor), St.Petersburg, Russia Geographic Information
CountryRussia
Latitude59.933994
Longitude30.305969
DMS Lat59° 56' 2.3784'' N
DMS Long30° 18' 21.4884'' E
UTM Easting349,461.59
UTM Northing6,647,124.08
CategoryCathedrals
Country CodeRU
Zoom Level14

Coordinates of St. Isaac's Cathedral (Isaakevsky Sobor), St.Petersburg, Russia is given above in both decimal degrees and DMS (degrees, minutes and seconds) format. The country code given is in the ISO2 format.


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