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Blue Domes under Grey Skies

Blue Domes under Grey Skies

On that day It was pretty cloudy weather in Moscow. On my road to my house I had marked the beautiful view of the Cathedral the Holy Life-giving Trinity, which domes were shining (sun reflection), but above the Cathedral were a lot of dark clouds. It was like before rain.. I stopped my car immediatly and made several good shots. I think that here is very good contrast of colors which make this picture very attractive...

Some info about the Cathedral from my previous photo:

Today everyone who goes to the Domodedovo airport (the largest airport of Moscow) or arriving through this gate to the capital of Russia, can see the breathtaking panoramic view of the Holy Trinity Cathedral. You can observe the majestic multi-domed temple with its belfry, chapel, towers and the bridge gate connecting it to the Kashirskoe highway.
The Cathedral of the Holy Life-giving Trinity was built on the 1,000 year anniversary of the Christening of Russia. It was built approximately one year ago (2004) in Orehovo-Borisovo which is in the southern part of the city.

Photo taken on 2005-08-01 at 16:54:07

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From: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Date: 2009-06-27 06:23:58

My husband, children and I spent 5 very busy days in Moscow in May for business purposes. The downside of the trip was that most locals did not speak English. On our last night in Moscow, Arthur picked us from the Olimpiski center after the Eurovision semi-finals- that was around 1.30 a.m. Arthur gave us an amazing night tour that ended around 4 in the morning. We were so pleased not only to have an English speaking guide showing us around but also getting immersed in Arthur's extensive knowledge of the Russian history. He made us feel connected to the sites we visited. Thank you Arthur for all your efforts and for turning our last night in Moscow into a memory of a lifetime...