The Night View of the Red square from the Guest Rostrums
Overview of the Red Square at night, just a few days before the New Year of 2014, taken from the side of the visitor rostrum at the necropolis area, on northern side of the Lenin's Tomb. The guest rostrums were built along both sides of the Mausoleum in 1930 according to the project of an architect I.A. Frantsuz. They could accommodate about 10,000 people during main soviet holidays, impressive military parades or massive demonstrations of workers and farmers on the main square of the country.
Next to the Lenin’s Tomb on this picture, you can see the most famous Moscow's attraction - the St. Basil’s Cathedral and Savior Tower of Moscow Kremlin with mechanical clock and chimes.
Photo #113 taken on December 29, 2013
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