Beams Over Spasskaya Tower Colored in Blue
Powerful beams of light jointed together over Spasskaya (Savior’) tower of Moscow Kremlin highlighted in blue color during the First Moscow International Festival “Circle of Light” on Red Square.
The Kremlin Clock Tower was built under the supervision of Italian architect Pietro Antonio Solari in 1491, and stands on the north-eastern side of the fortress, bordering Red Square. At the left of this tower you can see a small tent over walls of Moscow Kremlin, this tower was call as Tsar tower and built in the reign of Ivan IV “The Terrible”.
Photo #031 taken on October 22, 2011
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