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Wikimedia Conference Russia 2018
                     Saint Petersburg, 22—23 September 2018

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The Conference will take place on 22nd—23rd September 2018 (Saturday and Sunday) in Saint Petersburg.

The venue — «Tochka Kipeniya» (3 Medikov prospekt), Petrogradskaya metro station.

Saint Petersburg[править]

Saint Petersburg — is the second largest city of the Russian Federation. The settlement was established in 1703, served as the capital of the Russian state in 1712—1918. Saint Petersburg has the population of 5 225 690 (2016), making it the fourth largest city of Europe by the number of residents (after Istanbul, Moscow and London).

Saint Petersburg is an important economic, scientific and cultural center of Russia, an important transport hub. The historic center of Saint Petersburg and related monument complexes are inscribed into UNESCO World Heritage List. The city is one of the most important tourism centers in the country. The most significant cultural and tourist sights include Hermitage Museum, Kunstkamera, Mariinsky Theatre, National Library of Russia, Russian Museum, Peter and Paul Fortress, Saint Isaac's Cathedral.

See details in «Saint Petersburg» travel guide in Wikivoyage.

Tochka Kipeniya[править]


«Tochka Kipeniya» is the network of coworking centers created and supported since 2014 by «Агентство стратегических инициатив». «Tochka Kipeniya»@SPB opened on the 8th of November 2016 in the framework of «Tekhnologicheskaya Revolutsiya» Forum. As of September 2018, there are a total of 14 such centers operating in the 14 cities of the Russian Federation.

Any «Tochka Kipenija» is open for use by representatives of education, science & business communities — scientists, businessmen and technology entrepreneurs, civil servants, NGO & professional associations, students, theorists & practitioners, — for them to be able to share own experience, results, discuss new models of regional development, be it in specific area or in the cross-disciplinary interaction with others.