Moscow

Views of Moscow, Russia.
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The Moscow Kremlin. Towers of the south wall (from left to right): the Taynitskaya Tower (the Secret Tower), the First Unnamed Tower, and the Second Unnamed Tower. The building of the Grand Kremlin Palace is seen behind the towers. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. Towers of the south wall (from left to right): the Taynitskaya Tower (the Secret Tower), the First Unnamed Tower, and the Second Unnamed Tower. The building of the Grand Kremlin Palace is seen behind the towers. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. Towers of the east wall: the Konstantino-Yeleninskaya Tower (in the foreground), the Spasskaya Tower (the tower with the clock), the Nabatnaya Tower (between the Konstantino-Yeleninskaya Tower and the Spasskaya Tower), the Tsarskaya Tower  (the little tented roof of this tower is seen between the Nabatnaya Tower and the Spasskaya Tower). Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. Towers of the east wall: the Konstantino-Yeleninskaya Tower (in the foreground), the Spasskaya Tower (the tower with the clock), the Nabatnaya Tower (between the Konstantino-Yeleninskaya Tower and the Spasskaya Tower), the Tsarskaya Tower (the little tented roof of this tower is seen between the Nabatnaya Tower and the Spasskaya Tower). Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. The superstructure of the Beklemishevskaya Tower (also known as the Moskworetskaya Tower, built in 1487—1488): the vosmerik (the octagon storey) and the tented roof (added in 1680). Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. The superstructure of the Beklemishevskaya Tower (also known as the Moskworetskaya Tower, built in 1487—1488): the vosmerik (the octagon storey) and the tented roof (added in 1680). Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

Moscow. The building of the Council of Labour and Defense in Okhotny Ryad Street. 1935. Architect Arkady Langman (1886—1968). Currently (2017) the State Duma of the Russian Federation is located in the building.  Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #constructivism #sovietarchitecture #stalinistarchitecture

Moscow. The building of the Council of Labour and Defense in Okhotny Ryad Street. 1935. Architect Arkady Langman (1886—1968). Currently (2017) the State Duma of the Russian Federation is located in the building. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #constructivism #sovietarchitecture #stalinistarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. The superstructure of the Petrovskaya Tower. Cupolas of the Cathedral of the Annunciation are seen behind the tower on the left, cupolas of the Cathedral of the Archangel are seen on the right. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

The Moscow Kremlin. The superstructure of the Petrovskaya Tower. Cupolas of the Cathedral of the Annunciation are seen behind the tower on the left, cupolas of the Cathedral of the Archangel are seen on the right. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2016. #russianarchitecture

Moscow, Russia. An arch of the Rostokino Aqueduct. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. #arches #bridges

Moscow, Russia. An arch of the Rostokino Aqueduct. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. #arches #bridges

Moscow, Russia. A view through an arch of the Rostokino Aqueduct. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2015. #arches #bridges

Moscow, Russia. A view through an arch of the Rostokino Aqueduct. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2015. #arches #bridges

A view on the north entrance to the Rostokino Aqueduct in Moscow, Russia. Built in 1780—1804. Currently the aqueduct is used as a pedestrian bridge. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2015. #bridres #industrialarchitecture

A view on the north entrance to the Rostokino Aqueduct in Moscow, Russia. Built in 1780—1804. Currently the aqueduct is used as a pedestrian bridge. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2015. #bridres #industrialarchitecture

A fragment of the Rostokino Aqueduct in Moscow, Russia. Built in 1780—1804. Two high-rise apartment buildings of the Tricolour housing estate are seen in the background. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2015. #bridres #industrialarchitecture

A fragment of the Rostokino Aqueduct in Moscow, Russia. Built in 1780—1804. Two high-rise apartment buildings of the Tricolour housing estate are seen in the background. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2015. #bridres #industrialarchitecture

Moscow. A former building of the Textile Mill of Istomins on Yakimanskaya Embankment. A view from the Vodootvodny Canal. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2013. #industrialarchitecture

Moscow. A former building of the Textile Mill of Istomins on Yakimanskaya Embankment. A view from the Vodootvodny Canal. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2013. #industrialarchitecture


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Moscow. The complex of former production buildings of the Red October Confectionery on Bersenevskaya Embankment. A view from the Moskva River. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2014. #industrialarchitecture

Moscow. The complex of former production buildings of the Red October Confectionery on Bersenevskaya Embankment. A view from the Moskva River. Photo by Dmitry Ivanov. 2014. #industrialarchitecture

Alexander Garden is one of the first urban public parks in Moscow, Russia. Its history started after the Napoleonic Wars, when Alexander I ordered architect Osip Bove to reconstruct parts of the city which had been destroyed by French troops. Bove laid out a new garden from 1819-1823, on the site of the riverbed of the Neglinnaya River, which was channeled underground. The park comprises three separate gardens, which stretch along all the length of the western Kremlin wall ~

Alexander Garden is one of the first urban public parks in Moscow, Russia. Its history started after the Napoleonic Wars, when Alexander I ordered architect Osip Bove to reconstruct parts of the city which had been destroyed by French troops. Bove laid out a new garden from 1819-1823, on the site of the riverbed of the Neglinnaya River, which was channeled underground. The park comprises three separate gardens, which stretch along all the length of the western Kremlin wall ~

Moscow, Russia. * Thanks for showing the beauty of Russia, and world peace with her peoples *

Moscow, Russia. * Thanks for showing the beauty of Russia, and world peace with her peoples *

Landmarks of Moscow

Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Red Wall, Towers of the Moscow Kremlin, Alexandrov Garden, Manezh

Great reflection... I suspect Photoshop might have been involved, but love the bad weather backdrop

Great reflection... I suspect Photoshop might have been involved, but love the bad weather backdrop

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