Walking Patriarchy Bridge in Summer Twilight
People walking on pedestrian Patriarchy Bridge to and back Cathedral of Christ the Savior in nice summer evening before getting dark. The majestic neo-Byzantine Cathedral of Christ the Savior was built at the end of the 19th century to commemorate the victory of the Russian Army over Napoleon. It was destroyed in 1931 by the order of Stalin. The Cathedral was reconstructed in 1995 - 2000. The walking Patriarchy bridge was constructed in 2004 and decorated with ornate 19th century-style street lamps and LED lights that provide an excellent view of the bridge at night.
Photo #342 taken on August 13, 2016 during Moscow by Night tour with my dear client from New Zealand, Raewyn Durant.
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