CDR-1373: SR Set: St.Petersburg and Moscow: then and now

In an effort to build up strategic access to the Baltic Sea, Czar Peter the Great began to develop St. Petersburg in 1703. Architects from all across Europe began to design, build and record the cultural center of Russia. With brief interruptions, when Moscow became the capital, St. Petersburg and Catherine the Great's influence on the city is still reflected strongly in its architecture, literature and history.