Where Marmeladov left his uniform in a tavern.
Basil's Island, where Raskolnikov went after reading the letter from his mother.
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.
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.
Raskolnikov passes by this garden on his way to kill Alyona Ivanovna.
Tavern where Raskolnikov heard Marmeladov's drunken story.
Saint Petersburg, Saint Petersburg 190000, RU
Kokushkin Bridge over the Griboyedov Canal (Catherine Canal before 1923).
Where Raskolnikov's 5th story garret was.
Where Dostoevsky lived from 1864 to 1867, while he was writing Crime and Punishment.
Near where Razumihin lived. Raskolnikov was whipped by a coachman here, and a peasant woman gave him 20 copecks. Now the Blagoveshchenskiy Bridge
Raskolnikov looked at the palace from the Nikolaevsky Bridge.
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.
Ryazan, Ryazan Oblast, RU
Where Razumihin and the two painters were from.
Street wher Bakaleyev's house was, where Pyotr Petrovitch found lodging for Raskolnikov's mother and sister. Now Chernyshevsky Prospect.
"Palais de Crystal"
Tavern, near Sadovy Street, where Raskolnikov gave his theory of the case to head clerk Zametov.
Where Raskolnikov saw a woman attempt suicide by jumping into the canal. Called Voznesensky (Ascension) Bridge over the Griboyedov Canal (Catherine Canal before 1923).
Where Pyotr Petrovitch had business. Now the Constitutional Court of the Russian Federation.
Malaya Vishera, Novgorod Oblast, RU
Where Svidrigailov saw the ghost of Marfa Petrovna.
Where Raskolnikov woke up one morning among some bushes.
Stone in the Courtyard
Where Raskolnikov hid what he stole from the pawnbroker under a stone.
Where Svidrigaïlov's betrothed lived.
Where Raskolnikov "rescued two little children from a house on fire and was burnt in doing so."
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.
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.