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Kremlin domes close-up 3rd September 2007

2 Responses to “Kremlin domes close-up”

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    Romke:

    nice contrast, I like the \'gold and cloud\'.

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    josef:

    Beautiful golden tones. Very nice.

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Kremlin domes close-up

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Ok, back to Moscow :)
You might have thought (hoped?) that this was enough of Russia, but it is a big country!

This is a close up of one of the Cathedrals inside the Kremlin walls, on Cathedral Square.

We were actually luck to get in the Kremlin on a decent time: When we were in line for our tickets we finally came to the counter. The woman sold us our tickets with a blanc face and in one movement with handing the tickets, she put up a small sign and simply left, leaving about 80 people flabbergasted in line. Probably out for lunch, communist style :)

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