Red Light of the Kremlin Star Against a Twilight Sky

Red Light of the Kremlin Star Against a Twilight Sky
«Red Light of the Kremlin Star Against a Twilight Sky»

Shining with red light five-edge “ruby” star on Borovitskaya tower of Moscow Kremlin against impressive clouds lighted with pink color at twilight. The clouds here look like a warm carpet covering the kremlin. The pentagonal luminescent ruby stars were installed in 1930s by order of Stalin on the five main kremlin towers instead of double-head eagles (symbol of the monarchy of Russia). Diameter of these stars is about 3,5 meters with weight about 1,5 tons.

Photo #070 taken on June 28, 2015 from Sofiyskaya Embankment of Moscow River during Moscow by Night tour with my dear client from China, Xiaomei Zang.

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