Festive Lights at Prechistenskaya Embankment and Moscow Kremlin on Christmas Morning
Festive wineglass-shaped street lamps and traffic light trails at Prechistenskaya Embankment in the background of the beautiful architectural ensemble of Moscow Kremlin in morning twilight on Orthodox Christmas.
Orthodox Christians in Russia celebrate Christmas on January 7 according to the common Gregorian calendar. Christ's the Savior Cathedral is one of the world's tallest (103,4 meters high) and largest (8000 sq. meters total area) Orthodox churches, one of the major Moscow attractions, and the main active cathedral in Russia.
Photo #200 taken on January 07, 2019
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