Red Square/Kremlin, Moscow
Guard mounting of the President`s regiments against a background of Ivan The Great .
Pageant not worse than Carnival or Wimbledon...
Znay nashih !
Take a look to the right , please...
Now to the left...
Thank you !
Now look at yourself and around...
Bye , I`m busy
Favorite thing: Moscow Kremlin is one of the greatest museums of the world.The Kremlin palaces and chambers are keeping the state regalia, invaluable icons and treasures ofthe tsars.
Its never rung, but this is one of the largerst bells in the world. Like I said in the intro, Russians like BIG things
Fondest memory: Not too many crowds here either, in the Kremlin
check out Spasskaya Tower and the Lenin Mausoleum. Awesome landmarks.
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Fondest memory: Your trip to Moscow is not quite 'complete' if you don't include the famous Kremlin. More info to come....
Red Square - it lived up to all expectations
Fondest memory: The reaction of a Russian visiting Lenin's Tomb with me
Fondest memory: Some of the views as you stand in Red Square. It is an amazing experience to follow in the footsteps of some of the most notorious figures in history.
Fondest memory: This is a group photo taken of my Top Deck gang in Red Square. I'm in the photo but I'm not telling where. Kinda like 'Where's Waldo.'
Arriving in Moscow you cant help but be blown away by St Basila and Red Square
Fondest memory: Standing in Red Square with a bottle of Stoli watching the sun go down
You must see the Kremlin and Red Square, it is awesome!!!!
Fondest memory: The clock tower that has 4 sided 20 foot clocks that has a mechanism that weighs 350 tons and plays music.
Favorite thing: just walk around and enjoy, in the summer sit and watch people, but go to the kremlin and the red squiare to
I guess you know... It is a Red Square
St Basil Cathedral and Savior's tower are well known symbols of Moscow.
Favorite thing: This picture shows the GUM shopping mall on the opposite side of the Kreml on the red place. I don't know if it is still there, because my trip to Moscow is so long ago.
Favorite thing: This picture shows the Kreml Wall and you can (hopefully) see the soldiers who are guard the 'door' or the grave of Lenin ( I am not completely sure what they guard).