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St. Petersburg

 

a city in the USA, in Florida. Population, 216,000 (1970). St. Petersburg is a port on Tampa Bay of the Gulf of Mexico, shipping out fruits and early vegetables. It has enterprises of the food industry and light industry. The city was founded in the late 19th century by J. C. Williams, an American, and P. Dement’ev (Demens), a Russian emigrant, and was named in honor of the Russian city of St. Petersburg. It is a resort and a popular tourist site.

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The site is located within walking distance of two metro stations and four kilometres from central St. Petersburg in an area with well-developed infrastructure.
"St. Petersburg prices are under pressure because oil is falling, ruble [to dollar] is weak and many suppliers are with a lot of product," a source quoted as saying last week.

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