Two years ago, when I transferred media files from my previous travel blog to Memographer.com, these photos of night Moscow got unplugged from two published posts ‘From Russia With Love‘ and ‘One Sunny Day In Moscow‘. Glad to share them today.
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Tags: EuroTrip, EuroTrip 2005, From Russia With Love, Kremlin, Memographer, Monument to Minin and Pozharsky, Moscow, Moscow River, Moscow Russia, Nona Hora, The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, The Red Square, The Spassky Tower of Moscow Kremlin, Travel to Moscow Russia, Красная Площадь, Кремль, Москва, Россия
Moscow looks wonderful, great captures.
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Memo, the colors are amazing. At times none of it looks real, as if it’s a Hollywood set. I would love to see these dusted in snow. Ahhh!
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Great night shots!
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St. Basel’s Cathedral must have spawned ideas for fairy tales.
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Love Moscow !!! Been there so many times. Thanks for sharing those wonderful pictures.
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Great light in these beautiful images, Alex!
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Bbbrrrr! I think of Moscow and although I’ve never been there, the first thing that always come to mind is its frigid weather in the winter time. I wouldn’t mind visiting it though one sunny, summer day in the future.
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Red Square at night looks Great and Powerful! Love these pictures!