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Crime and Punishment Map

Locations in the 1866 novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky (1821-1881)

Thanks to Julian Connolly

"Maps of the Classics" by Peter Biggins
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Egyptian Bridge
, RU
Where Marmeladov left his uniform in a tavern.
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Vasillevsky Ostrov
Basil's Island, where Raskolnikov went after reading the letter from his mother.
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Tuchkov Bridge over Lower Neva
Bridge Raskolnikov walked across to go to Petrovsky Ostrov (Peter's Island) after leaving the drunken girl and the policeman.
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Hay Market
Where Raskolnikov stopped at a tavern and heard a student talk about killing Alyona Ivanovna and taking her money to do good. Now Sennaya Square.
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Yusupov Garden
Raskolnikov passes by this garden on his way to kill Alyona Ivanovna.
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Marmeladov's tavern
Tavern where Raskolnikov heard Marmeladov's drunken story.
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K___ Bridge
переулок Кокушкин
Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg 190000, RU
Kokushkin Bridge over the Griboyedov Canal (Catherine Canal before 1923).
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S. Place
Where Raskolnikov's 5th story garret was.
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Dostoevsky Apartment
Where Dostoevsky lived from 1864 to 1867, while he was writing Crime and Punishment.
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Nikolaevsky Bridge
Near where Razumihin lived. Raskolnikov was whipped by a coachman here, and a peasant woman gave him 20 copecks. Now the Blagoveshchenskiy Bridge
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Winter Palace
Raskolnikov looked at the palace from the Nikolaevsky Bridge.
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St. Isaac's Cathedral
Raskolnikov looked at the cathedral from the Nikolaevsky Bridge. Dedicated to Saint Isaac of Dalmatia, a patron saint of Peter the Great, who had been born on the feast day of that saint.
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Ryazan
Ryazan, Ryazan Oblast, RU
Where Razumihin and the two painters were from.
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Voskrensensky
Street wher Bakaleyev's house was, where Pyotr Petrovitch found lodging for Raskolnikov's mother and sister. Now Chernyshevsky Prospect.
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"Palais de Crystal"
Tavern, near Sadovy Street, where Raskolnikov gave his theory of the case to head clerk Zametov.
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X___ Bridge
Where Raskolnikov saw a woman attempt suicide by jumping into the canal. Called Voznesensky (Ascension) Bridge over the Griboyedov Canal (Catherine Canal before 1923).
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Senate
Where Pyotr Petrovitch had business. Now the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation.
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Malava Vishera
Malaya Vishera, Novgorod Oblast, RU
Where Svidrigailov saw the ghost of Marfa Petrovna.
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Krestovsky Island
Where Raskolnikov woke up one morning among some bushes.
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Pawnbroker's apartment
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Police Station
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Sonia's apartment
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Stone in the Courtyard
Where Raskolnikov hid what he stole from the pawnbroker under a stone.
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Third Street
Where Svidrigaïlov's betrothed lived.
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Five Corners
Where Raskolnikov "rescued two little children from a house on fire and was burnt in doing so."
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Omsk Fortress Prison
Where Raskolnikov was imprisoned for 8 years. The Omsk fortress prison was situated at the comfluence of the Om and Irtish rivers. Also, where Dostoevsky was imprisoned for 4 years.
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Dostoevsky Museum
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Dostoevsky lived here with his family from October 1878 until the day of his death, January 28, 1881. He wrote his last novel, The Brothers Karamazov, here.