Saint Petersburg

Saint Petersburg
geographical name 1. city W Florida on Pinellas Peninsula SW of Tampa population 248,232 2. (or 1914-24 Petrograd) (or 1924-91 Leningrad) city W Russia in Europe, at E end of Gulf of Finland; capital of Russian Empire 1712-1917, population 4,952,000

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  • Saint Petersburg — Spitzname: Florida s Sunshine City Skyline Lage in Florida …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Saint Petersburg — • The imperial residence and second capital of Russia, lies at the mouth of the Neva on the Gulf of Finland Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Saint Petersburg     Saint Petersburg …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • SAINT PETERSBURG — (Petrograd from 1914 to 1924; Leningrad from 1924 to 1992), capital of Russia until 1918, now in the Russian Federation; industrial city and major port on the Baltic Sea. Some apostates or Marranos appeared in St. Petersburg soon after its… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • SAINT PETERSBURG — SAINT PETERSBURG, Pinellas County, Florida. Florida s fourth largest city, with 61 square miles, is located on the west coast of Florida in Pinellas County (St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Palm Harbor, Largo, Gulfport and Tarpon Springs). It has 234… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Saint Petersburg — →↑St Petersburg …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Saint Petersburg —   [snt piːtəzbəːg], Stadt an der Westküste von Florida, USA, an der Tampa Bay, 241 600 Einwohner; katholischer Bischofssitz; Salvador Dalí Museum, Kunstmuseum; elektronische und Nahrungsmittelindustrie; Wohnsitz von Pensionären, Fremdenverkehr;… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Saint Petersburg — Leningrad redirects here. For other uses, see Leningrad (disambiguation). This article is about the city in Russia. For other uses, see Saint Petersburg (disambiguation). Saint Petersburg Санкт Петербург (Russian)   Federal …   Wikipedia

  • Saint Petersburg — I City (pop., 2000: 248,232), west central Florida, U.S. It lies near the tip of Pinellas Peninsula, adjacent to Tampa Bay. Settled in 1876, it became in the late 1940s one of the first Florida cities to encourage tourists to spend their… …   Universalium

  • Saint Petersburg — 1 Original name in latin Saint Petersburg Name in other language Agia Petroupole, Betuyrbukh, LED, Leningrad, Leningrado, Lungsod ng Sankt Peterburg, Peterburg, Peterburgo, Peterburi, Petersburg, Petrograd, Petrogrado, Petrohrad, Petropolis,… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Saint Petersburg — Leningrad Leningrad prop. n. A city in the European part of Soviet Russia; the former capital of Russia. The name was formerly {St. Petersburg} and {Petrograd}, and was changed back to {Saint Petersburg} (Sankt Peterburg in Russian) in 1992. Syn …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Saint-Petersburg — Saint Pétersbourg Pour les articles homonymes, voir Saint Pétersbourg (homonymie). Saint Pétersbourg Санкт Петербург …   Wikipédia en Français

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