At the Tsar Cannon Covered by Snow

At the Tsar Cannon Covered by Snow
«At the Tsar Cannon Covered by Snow»

My dear client from USA, Raul Cruz-Alvarez, at the Tsar Cannon covered by snow during a tour of Moscow Kremlin in winter season.

The Tsar Cannon is the biggest cannon in the World located at Ivan's Square in Moscow Kremlin. It’s 40 ton bronze barrel in caliber 890 mm was casted in 1586, on the third year of the reign of Tzar Feodor I, by prominent cannon founder Andrei Chokhov. The idea to create so enormous cannon to “amaze the common folk and inspire awe in the Tartars” belonged to Boris Godunov, Czar Feodor I’s brother-in-law, who ran the country de facto. Its carriage and balls were designed and casted for decoration in 1835 when Emperor Nicholas I ordered historical Russian cannons to go on display outside the Kremlin Arsenal.

Photo #025 taken on December 9, 2016

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