Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia, breathtaking as all of them are in Russia! The Grand Kremlin Palace was built on orders from Tsar Nicholas I in the mid-19th Century. The architects outdid themselves!
The Tsar Bell also known as the Tsarsky Kolokol, Tsar Kolokol III, or Royal Bell, is a 6.14 metres (20.1 ft) tall, 6.6 metres (22 ft) diameter bell on display on the grounds of the Moscow Kremlin. The bell was commissioned by Empress Anna Ivanovna, niece of Peter the Great. The present bell is sometimes referred to as Kolokol III (Bell III), because it is the third generation.
ugh I WISH THIS WAS MY HOUSE. look how bangin that is. it looks like jjar jar's house. i'm gonna go ahead and imagina that right over that ledge is a jar jar pit with thousands of jar jars i can throw my enemies into.
St. Andrew’s Church (Kiev, Ukranie) is a famous architectural landmark of 18th century, which was built by the order of Russian Empress Elizabeth in 1754. The church was created in the Baroque style by famous architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli. Moscow architect Ivan Michurin was the executor. The church is a true work of art.
Ballroom of Catherine Palace. Tsarskoe Selo, Russia. Designed by Italian Architect Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli - Court Architect to Empress Elizabeth and master of the Russian Rococo/Late Baroque style.
This is the Malachite Room of the Winter Palace, designed by the architect Alexander Briullov in the late 1830s was used as an official drawing-room of Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna, wife of Nicholas I. The Winter Palace in St Petersburg, Russia was, from 1732 to 1917, the official residence of the Russian Tsars.