Russia Tallest Bell Tower Under Amazing Cirrus Clouds in Summer
View from Krepostnaya Chamber (Treasury Building) on the one of the tallest bell towers in Russia that was erected in 18th century on Cathedral Square - the main square of the Holy Trinity St. Sergius Lavra in Sergiyev Posad. This five-tired 88-meter unique tower was designed by architects Shumacher and Uhtomsky and the construction lasted from 1740 to 1770 during the reign of two empresses, Elizabeth and Catherine the Great.
Photo #046 taken on July 17, 2016 in Sergiyev Posad during a long-distance countryside tour to the towns of the Golden Ring of Russia with my dear clients from USA, Andrew and Karen Green.
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