Covered Snow Sculptures of Lioness at the Palace Pavilion
Angle view on the two lioness sculptures guarding the main facade of the Palace Pavilion decorated with Doric portico during a heavy snowfall. The Pavilion is the only surviving building from the palace of Emperor Alexander I constructed in 1825 by the project of Russian architect Eugraph Tyurin in Kolomenskoye Royal Estate on a high bank of the river Moskva (Moscow).
Photo #172 taken on January 11, 2020
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