President's Helipad and Kremlin Towers Framed by Trees
Framed by trees the view from Taynitsky Garden on the helicopter pad for the President of Russian Federation and towers of Moscow Kremlin in background. The President's helipad was constructed at south-east corner of the Kremlin in middle of May 2013 and cost almost 200 million rubles (about 6.5 million USD) including including land survey works, modeling and landscaping for using President Putin’s Mi-8 Helicopter.
In the background of this picture, behind the towers and walls of Moscow Kremlin, you can distinguish Stalinist high-rise apartment building - one of the seven famous skyscrapers ("Seven Sisters") built at Stalin's orders in the middle of the twentieth century.
More photos with this view: President’s Helicopter Pad.
Photo #083 taken on September 15, 2014 during tour of Moscow Kremlin with my Dear client from China, Ding Ziting.
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