Savior Tower and Entrance into Mausoleum at Winter Night
View from a middle of Red Square on the main tower of Moscow Kremlin dedicated to Christ the Savior and the entrance into Mausoleum (Lenin’s Tomb) after snowfall in the winter season. The beautiful tower was built by design of Italian architect at the end of 15 century. Until the Soviet revolution, it was served as the main entrance into Moscow Kremlin, the stronghold of the city and the residence of Russian Tsars. The Lenin’s Tomb (Mausoleum) was built in marble in the middle of Red Square by the project of prominent Russian architect Alexey Shchusev in 1931.
Photo #036 taken on December 18, 2011
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