Assumption Cathedral of Moscow Kremlin in a cold winter day
«Assumption Cathedral of Moscow Kremlin in a cold winter day»
View on one the most festive and important cathedrals of Moscow Kremlin where were coronations of Russian tsars from Ivan IV The Terrible till Nicholas II. The Cathedral of the Assumption (Uspensky Sobor) was built at the end of 15th century by design and supervision of one of the talented Italian architects of that time, Aristotele Fioravanti. I took this picture during the Kremlin tour with my Dear Clients from Holland when it was pretty cold (-16 C or 3 F), so no wonder that pretty crowed place was almost empty and all around looked like an Ice Age after recently finished snowfall.
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