A one-take journey through Russia’s iconic Hermitage museum

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Have you ever wanted to visit the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg? It is one of the largest museums in the world, rivaling Louvre in France.

Well, now, you have a chance to take a virtual tour through the museum. This video goes through 45 galleries and 588 master pieces in the Russian Museum. You will also see some live performances.

The video lasts for five hours, and takes you through everything Hermitage has to offer. Word of notice, there is no sound.

This video was supposed to be a promo material for Hermitage, but ended up being a long virtual walk. Highlights include the Jordan Staircase, the 1812 Gallery, Rembrandt, Hermitage Theatre contemporary ballet duet, and more.

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