Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/SIZO-4-Detention-Centre-in-St--Petersburg-27MZIF35CVKW.htmlConceptually similarSIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgGP04YO9Completed★★★★★★SIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgGP04YOACompleted★★★★SIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgGP04YOBCompleted★★★★SIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgGP04YOCCompleted★★★★Detention Center - 4 (SIZO-4) in St. PetersburgGP04YAYCompleted★★★★Detention Center - 4 (SIZO-4) in St. PetersburgGP04YAZCompleted★★★★★★Detention Center - 4 (SIZO-4) in St. PetersburgGP04YB0Completed★★★★SIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgGP04YO6Completed★★★★SIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgGP04YO7Completed★★★★View AllGP0STO4P7SIZO-4 Detention Centre in St. PetersburgDetention Centre - 4 (SIZO-4), Akademika Lebedeva St.39, St. Petersburg, Russia. The Arctic 30 were recently transferred from Murmansk to St. Petersburg. The Arctic 30 (28 Greenpeace International activists and a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer) are currently detained by Russian authorities and have been refused bail. They are still charged with both piracy and hooliganism.Locations:Eastern Europe-Russia-Saint PetersburgDate:17 Nov, 2013Credit:© GreenpeaceMaximum size:2500px X 1664pxKeywords:Aerial view-Arctic 30 (campaign title)-Buildings-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Law-Night-Offshore drilling-Oil (Industry)-Outdoors-Prisons-Russian Government-Save the Arctic (campaign title)Shoot:'Arctic 30' in Saint PetersburgThe 'Arctic 30' arrive in St Petersburg, and the images in this shoot show the detention centers where the Arctic 30 are detained. The 'Arctic 30' (twenty-eight Greenpeace International activists, as well as a freelance photographer and a freelance videographer), already detained in Murmansk for almost two months, face charges of piracy and hooliganism for a peaceful protest against Arctic oil drilling in the Pechora Sea. Greenpeace International insists that piracy and hooliganism charges are unjustified, and that Russian authorities boarded the Arctic Sunrise illegally in international waters. Several international legal experts have supported that view.