Moscow at Night

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Photo essay: When the sun goes down, Moscow lights up.


↑ Charming onion domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square.



↑ St. Basil’s Cathedral the GUM



↑ Cathedral of Christ the Saviour, the tallest Orthdox church in the world.


↑ Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge on river Moskva and Kremlin at the back. You can see some Administrative and Religious buildings such as Great Kremlin Presidential Palace, Annunciation Cathedral, etc.


↑ Unknown soldier monument.


↑ Neighbourhood near the Kremlin. So red!


↑ Kremlevskaya naberezhnaya embankment between Kremlin and the Moskva river.


↑ Borovitskaya Tower of the Kremlin behind me.


↑ Luzhniki olympic stadium (PS: The neighbourhood around it is quite interesting)

All these pictures were taken the one night before I departed. It was cold and quite deserted in the downtown area. Moscow is very enjoyable, I would go there again!

This post is part of my Russia travel series: Travel stories | Photo gallery