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Lights of Moscow

Lights of Moscow

I took this photo in Manezhnaya square walking with my clients during "Moscow By Night" tour in one day before UEFA Champions League Final 2008. The Manezhnaya square with it's attractive old style lampposts was reconstructed almost 11 years ago on the date of 850 years anniversary of Moscow city and under these beautiful lampposts is located nowadays a huge 3 level shopping mall "Okhotny Ryad" with underground parking. This shopping mall is connected with Alexander Gardens nearby Moscow Kremlin and the Red Square.

On this picture, from the left, you can see beautiful building of State Historical museum which was built in 1881 and considered one of biggest museums in Russia. The architects wanted the building to symbolize all the best from Russian traditional architecture and finish architectural ensemble surround the famous Red Square, one of finest squares in Europe.

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookyanov
Photo Album "Moscow By Night"
Last Edited: May 27th, 2008

Photo taken on 2008-05-20 at 23:21:55

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