Fontanka Embankment in St. Petersburg. Former flow delta of the Neva River, known as the marsh of the river Unnamed Eric. Today, its length is about 7 km, so it is considered one of the longest in the city quays.
Fontanka River is famous for an abundance of beautiful and original bridge, and along the waterfront is located quite a lot of historical buildings from different eras and trends, which makes this street one of the favorite walking routes for recreation for residents and visitors alike.
Fontanka Embankment included in the Unified State Register of cultural heritage (monuments of history and culture) of Russia.