The Top of Saint Basil's Cathedral in x - photo by AirPano

St Basil Cathedral, Moscow, Russia Really beautiful and unique photo of one of the main symbols of Russia – St. Basil Cathedral standing on the Red Square in Moscow. Photo by myse

St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia, looks like a building from Candyland with its vivid colors, but it's definitely a sight to behold in person. Ivan the Terrible commissioned to build this in the 15th century, but it wasn't until the 16th century that the domes were painted with multicolored patterns.

St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia

Dubai Marina

Stunning aerial view of the Dubai Marina, United Arab Emirates. Dubai Marina is a canal city, built along a two mile stretch of the Persian Gulf shoreline. Photo by AirPano via archdaily

Interior view St Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia.

St Basil Cathedral in Red Square in Moscow, Russia - Architectural details interior view

Inside the Cathedral of Assumption, the Kremlin, Moscow. The huge iconostasis dates from 1547, with its two highest tiers are later additions dating 1626, 1653-1654. This cathedral is a Treasury of Orthodox relics such as a Nail from The Savior's Cross, the Stick of St. Peter of Moscow, and The Miraculous Icon painted after the Virgin Mary of Vladimir.

Inside the Cathedral of Assumption, the Moscow Kremlin. The church decoration is dominated by its fresco painting. The huge iconostasis dates from but its two highest tiers are later additions from 1626 and

Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed, Red Square, Kremlin, Moscow, Russia.

Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed, Red Square, Kremlin (Moscow, Russia) I think it looks more majestic in photos than in person.

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