I had a good day today, the weather was fine and I went to the Hermitage. Do you know that at the first Thursday of every month the enter in the museum is absolutely free? Then you can imagine what a huge line of people was in front of the entrance. Once I was there last year, but this time it was something, that impressed me much. One of the new exhibitions was an exposition of Zaha Hadid, a professional Iraqi-British architect. In 2004 she became the first woman recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and received the Stirling Prize in 2010 and 2011. As they say, her buildings are distinctively neofuturistic and this is what I love. Lots of crazy layouts of the buildings, art of lines and more. It really deserves to be seen. So if you (somehow) in Saint Petersburg, don't waste your time, it will be open till 27th of September 2015!