At the Red Gate Plaza in Spring Evening
Beautiful view at the South entrance of Krasnye Vorota (Red Gate) Moscow Metro station from a small plaza at the inner side of the Garden Ring (the main street around the historical center of Moscow city) in the beautiful evening at the beginning of spring. The distinctive shell-like pavilion was constructed in 1934-1935 by the design of Russian avant-garde architect Nikolay Ladovsky on the intersection of Myasnitsky drive, Boyarsky side-street, and Khoromny lane. The famous entrance is recognized as a regional monument and remains practically intact. A couple of years ago, the pavilion was renovated and the Red Gate plaza was landscaped according to the project “My Street” of Moscow Government that became on of the main directions for the city improvement since 2014.
Photo #290 taken on March 28, 2020
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