Spasskaya Tower and Kremlin Wall in Snow
View from Red Square on Spasskaya Tower (Savior’s Tower) and a line of blue spruce (Picea pungens) along the wall of Moscow Kremlin covered snow during heavy snowfall in the capital of Russia.
The main tower of Moscow Kremlin, Spasskaya (Savior) Tower, formerly Frolovskaya (located near the church of Frol and Lavr), also called Kremlin clock tower, was built in 1491 by the Italian architect Pietro Antonio Solari.
Photo #094 taken on February 13, 2019
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