Colorful Onion-shaped Cupolas of St. Basil's Cathedral

Colorful Onion-shaped Cupolas of St. Basil's Cathedral
«Colorful Onion-shaped Cupolas of St. Basil's Cathedral»

View from Red Square on the beautiful onion-shaped cupolas (domes) of St. Basil's Cathedral built in 1555-1561. This crazy confusion of colors, patterns and shapes of the domes and intricate red-brick towers (separate chapels connected by gallery inside the cathedral) is unique to Russian architecture and made this church one of the main Moscow and Russia tourist attraction.

Photo #505 taken on June 30, 2018

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