Thanks! Here are some more of them, maybe not so famous and iconic, but they can still tell a lot about the life in the besieged city.
This is not a wartime photo again, but a picture of the memorial to Tanya Savicheva. The picture is mine, and the memorial was designed by Melnikov P.I and built in 1975
And here are some pictures from the by Alexander Nikitin called "Unknown Siege. Leningrad in 1941-1944"
An airbomb crater on Fontanka river embankment. September 9, 1941. Author Vasyutinsky B. (propably next to the Summer Garden)
Corner of Nevsky and Ligovsky prospects. The first victims of Nazi shellings. September 1941. Author D. Trakhtenberg
Autumn 1941, Palace square. Residents of frontline areas drive their livestock north, away from bombings and shellings. Author N. Khandogin
T-34 going to the frontline. Crossing of the Nevsky prospect and Sadovaya street. Gostiny Dvor galleries can be seen in the background. A heavy caliber shell explosion killed 43 people on this spot on August 3, 1943.
An apartment destroyed by artillery fire. Author D. Trakhtenberg
Trolley-buses standing frozen on the Nevsky prospect. In December regular power supply to residential areas was stopped and all remaining voltage was provided exclusively to factories, hospitals and other critically important facilities. Author D. Trakhtenberg
Getting water from a hole in the ice right in the middle of the Neva river. The Point of Vasilievsky island is in the background - there you can see the Stock Exchange and the Rostral columns. Water pipes and sewers froze in December 1941, and water immediately became a valuable commodity that the starving people had to get by walking long distances to a river/canal or a street water tap. Author N. Khandogin
Farewell to a peer. Spring 1942. Author D. Tarasevich
The work of medical brigades on the Nevsky prospect. After the corpse is removed, the firefighters will wash the blood away with water hoses. Author N. Khandogin
Bidding farewell to the soldiers departing to the front. In the background you can see one of the masterpieces of Soviet avant-garde constructivist architecture of 1920s - the House of Soviets of the Narvsky district.
Children of besieged Leningrad. The poster says: "Warrior of the Red Army, save us!"