The Dormition Cathedral in Omsk is one of the largest churches in Siberia. Its fanciful design of many shapes and colors utilizes a plethora of elements from the Russian and Byzantine medieval architectural vocabulary. The main square of Omsk takes its name from the cathedral. Omsk. Russia.
Beauty-Spot Box. Gold, lapis lazuli, rock crystal and glass; chased, engraved and polished. 2x6x5.2 cm Russia. St Petersburg. Mid-18th century Source of Entry: Imperial Gallery of Objects of Great Value. Before 1859
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