On the eve of the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter the Great, two saplings of oak from the time of Peter the Great were planted near the House of Peter the Great - one of the oldest trees in the city, which turns 371 this year.
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The ceremony of planting two seedlings sprouted from acorns of the oak of Peter the Great, which this year turns 371 years old, near the House of Peter the Great on the eve of the 350th anniversary of the birth of Peter the Great. Manager of the State Russian Museum Vladimir Gusev (left) and Chairman of the Committee for Culture of St. Petersburg Fyodor Boltin (right) during the ceremony.