St. Petersburg's Museum of Water is located in a former water-tower, and was presented to the city by local water monopoly Vodokanal as part of the
300th Anniversary celebrations. The water-tower, built in 1860 by Ivan Merts and Ernest Shuberskiy, was the first in St. Petersburg and marked the start of a proper water supply to the city, and now it houses a unique museum that uses the latest in exhibition technology.
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