Krasny Treugolnik is a real ghost town located almost in the city center of St.Petersburg. The territory of the factory is twice as big as the Moscow Kremlin. Fonded in 1859 and known as the Russian-American Rubber Manufacture Association, this factory produced 282 million pairs of galoshes yearly.
It went bankrupt in 2002 and was fully abandoned since then.
Nowadays, it's a perfect scenery for shooting films about World War II and a unique venue for rock concerts and art exhibitions.
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Our tourist group from USA visited Russia in June 2017 and wanted to see the backside of splendid St.Petersburg. Here they are...