Tag : The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour

Moscow Unplugged

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. Click on image to view full size.

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Saint Basil's Cathedral. Moscow, Russia

Moscow, Russia was the last city on my trip so called “From Russia With Love”, which included three major cities of the former Soviet Union- Minsk, Grodno, and Moscow. During an entire trip I was really looking forward to explore the capital of Russia. My only concern was the weather (it might get really cold and wet in spring). Fortunately, …

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The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. View from Moscow River. Moscow, Russia

Moscow (Russian: Moskva) is the capital of the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Soviet Union) from 1922 to 1991, and since 1991 of the Russian Federation. I have been in Moscow during Soviet times. But, due to short visits, I haven’t explored the city as much as I wished to. So, when I planned this three-day trip, I put …

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