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Moscow Arthur Lookyanov
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Moskva-Reka & Kremlin Towers

Moskva-Reka & Kremlin Towers

This picture I took during Moscow By Night Tour with my client from New Zealand using telephoto lenses and, of course, tripod from the Patriarch Bridge, which is part of the Christ the Saviorís Cathedral ensemble and was built a bit more then two years ago (end of summer 2004).

Here you can see nice view on Moskva-Reka (Moscow-River), Bolshoi Kamenny Most (Big Stone Bridge) and the Moscow Kremlin, stronghold of the city, with its beautiful towers with red stars, the Grand Kremlin Palace and ancient churches and bell tower inside. Even on the right side of this picture you can find highlighted domes of St. Basil's Cathedral which considered one of the famous attractions in Moscow, Russia.

As almost all main bridges in city during this Winter Holidays, the bridge (Bolshoi Kamenny Most ) has garlands with the colors of Russian flag: white, blue and red. I think that here it will be interesting for you to know the special symbolic meanings of Russian flag for each color:

- "White" is nobility and sincerity;
- "Blue" is truthfulness, commitment and purity;
- "Red" stands for bravery, valor and love.

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookianov
Private Guide & Personal Driver in Moscow
Pictures Of Russia
Jan 16th, 2007

Photo taken on 2006-12-10 at 21:49:12

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Allen Sumsion Allen Sumsion
From: Bountiful, Utah, USA
Date: 2007-07-10 03:45:00

We finally arrived home after a very eventful trip to Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Egypt. However, one of the most memorable times was our day with you in Moscow. Thank you for spending the time with us.

We didn't know what the process would be when we arrived at the Moscow airport nor did we really know if you would be there to meet us. We were just a bit apprehensive. Not only were you there but you were there before we were and you were ready to escort us around. You had the day planned so that we could crowd as much into it as possible. You seemed to know what we would enjoy best and enjoy it we did. St. Basil's Cathedral, in my mind, is one of the Wonders of the World. I am impressed with your knowledge of history.

One highlight for me was getting back to the airport. I have never seen traffic like that before. Where else do sidewalks become a lane of traffic or where unused oncoming lanes become lanes going our direction? Even you seemed amazed at the driver who negotiated the heavy traffic going backwards. That was the most fun trip I have ever made in bumper-to-bumper traffic. I realize you didn't plan that but thanks for it anyway.

Not only did we enjoy our time with you but you created enough interest that I would like to return sometime and have you show me more. I have one request. The borsch at the restaurant that you took us to was wonderful. You mentioned that your mother's borsch is better. Is there any chance she would share the recipe with us?

Thank you for the fun day. To anyone who reads this or would like to contact me, I would give you my very highest recommendation. Thanks for adding to our adventure.

Sincerely,
Allen Sumsion