In looking for maps of Saint Petersburg, I found the mother lode at Atlas “Sankt-Peterburg 300”. There are all sorts of goodies, but the one of most LH relevance is the map of locations where poets, writers, and other literaturnye deyateli (basically untranslatable, but “littérateurs” comes close) lived; the numbers refer to the “Poetosfera” list of addresses, arranged alphabetically by author and chronologically within each author listing, so you can see at a glance all 18 addresses Dostoevsky lived at, with dates. If you read Russian, that is.

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