San Petersburgo

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San Petersburgo

Санкт-Петербург
Siyudad
Sankt Peterburg
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Bandira han San Petersburgo
Bandira
Eskudo han San Petersburgo
Eskudo
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Nasod Rusya

An San Petersburgo (ha Rinuso: Санкт-Петербург o Sankt-Peterburg) amo an usa ka syudad ngan suhito federal han Nasod han Rusya. Han 1914 ginbalyoan an ngaran hini nga Petrograd ngan han 1924, ginbalyoan an ngaran hini nga Leningrad. Han 1991 ginbalik an ngaran nga San Petersburgo.

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