The Assumption Belfry Framed By Trees
«The Assumption Belfry Framed By Trees»
The view of an impressive solitary belfry of Assumption cathedral that was built in the 16th century next to Ivan the Great Tower from a park (Taynitsky Garden) of Moscow Kremlin. In the second half of 16th century, it was converted to a belfry from the Church of the Resurrection (later renamed of the Church of nativity) which was built in 1532 by the talented Italian architect - Petrok Maly (The Little), who also participated in the construction of the Kitai-Gorod wall in Moscow city.
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