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Church at Red Square 5th September 2007

4 Responses to “Church at Red Square”

  1. 1

    What a beautiful church! I like how you captured someone going into the church, maybe to pray, and two people on the steps, maybe tourists? The two things this church is used for! Just speculating…

  2. 2

    Your Russian series is very interesting.
    One can see why Moscow is the most expensive city in the world – so much beauty!

  3. 3

    great photo. Moscow is full of contrast between traditional churches like these and the ugly communist contrete architecture

  4. 4

    >Denis. The half of the greatest Moscow architecture is after the *communist* by the way. So called Stalin\'s buildings are still the most breathtaking among the others and actually are *the face* of Moscow, besides of Churches of course.

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Church at Red Square

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Overshadowed by the large buildings of the Kremlin, this small church is quietly sitting on the corner of Red Square…

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