Wednesday, 5 September 2007

Kremlin, view from Moscow-river

May be, this view is not as recongnizable as yesterday photo, but still this is a very 'tourist sight'. I was surprised myself when I saw the brightness of gold onions against the cold blue sky and clearness of white colour behind a wall of greens.
So those buildings are: the green-roofed palace on the left-hand side is the Persident's Residence. Built in 1838-1850, it used to be an Emperor Palace as part of Great Kremlin Palace.
The high white building on the right-hand side is famous Ivan The Great's Bell Tower. Built in 1505-1508, it's considered one of the oldest and most beautiful items of Moscow Kremlin.


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