Reenactors, St. Petersburg, Russia

I happened to be passing through St. Petersburg on September 8, 2011, the 70th anniversary of the fall of Schlisselburg, which severed the last overland connection into Leningrad and began the 872-day siege. I spotted these reenactors on Nevskiy Prospekt. I don’t know where they were headed, but they weren’t going to get there in a hurry as the traffic was completely gridlocked.

Leningrad Reenactors ILeningrad Reenactors II

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