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Other sites:

Petersburg, http://www.yur.ru/projects/capital/5.htm

http://www.hellopiter.ru/Adam.html

All pictures instead of the photos of the monuments in Krakow, Poland and St. Petersburg, Russia are from Wikipedia.

The old postage stamp from Lithuania from 1955 celebrating the anniversary of Polish- USSR friendship and cooperation.  A.C. Pushkin (1799-1837) and A. Mickiewicz (1798-1855).