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Memory-beta

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Saint Petersburg is a city on Earth located in the nation-state of Russia. The city was known as Leningrad when Russia was part of the Soviet Union, named after the Communist leader Vladimir Lenin, and some still continued to refer to Saint Petersburg as Leningrad as late as the 23rd century.

During the Cetacean Probe's visit to Earth in 2286, the city of Leningrad had lost electrical power, and the sky over the city was completely covered with clouds. (TOS movie: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home).

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DC Comics

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Saint Petersburg
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Characteristics
Dimensions
606 km² (234 sq mi)

Population
4,661,219

First appearance

Unknown

History

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Ice Hockey

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Saint Petersburg (formerly Leningrad) is a city of over 4,500,000 in northewestern Russia. It is the second largest city in the country.

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Marvel Database

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Saint Petersburg

[[File:|200px|center|Saint Petersburg]]
Official Name
Saint Petersburg
Aliases
Petrograd; Leningrad

Country

City
Saint Petersburg

First appearance

Unknown

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History

Known as Petrograd between 1914 and 1924. Renamed Leningrad in 1924 then restored to Saint Petersburg in 1991.

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