Weather Pavilion

This pavilion is a like a miniature weather station located right in the center of Saint Petersburg. Equipped with technologies of the 20th century, it tells the temperature, the air pressure as well as the time. Settled in 1941 on Malaya Konyushennaya (small stables) it was moved to Yelagin Island about fifteen years later. Forgotten and deteriorated, the architectural structure designed by Nikolay Lansere was restored and moved back to its initial place in 2004.
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