Russia Images

Kremlin, Moscow

St. Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Moscow

Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Moscow

Moscow

Red Square, Moscow

Red Square, Moscow

Red Square, Moscow
Novodevichy Convent, Moscow

Gorky Park, Moscow

Train from Moscow to Saint Petersburg

Catherine’s Palace, Pushkin

Catherine’s Palace, Pushkin

Saint Petersburg

From Hermitage, Saint Petersburg

Church of the Spilled Blood, Saint Petersburg

Church of Spilled Blood, Saint Petersburg

Piskaryovskoye Cemetery, Saint Petersburg
Over 600,000 people buried in over 200 mass graves

Peterhof, Outside Saint Petersburg

Peterhof, Outside Saint Petersburg

Peterhof

Peterhof

Saint Petersburg

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7 Responses to Russia Images

  1. Korol says:

    Great shots! keep em coming

  2. sharon says:

    Are there a fair number of churches in Moscow? Looks like lots of brick and metal? Interesting designs. So glad to see the pictures.

  3. Maureen Shaw says:

    Sandra, what fabulous pictures! You could sell them! You have re-newed my determination to go there. Continue to send pictures….and see the beauty.
    Maureen Shaw 🙂

  4. Gillian says:

    Oh My Gosh Sandra! These are truly spectacular. Not only are the sights themselves incredible but your eye for a photo is first rate. Thanks so much for sharing. Everything is so pristine. My image of Russia is so skewed with Cold War images engrained in youth – I am delighted that you shared these with us. 🙂 Can’t wait to hear more about your journey.

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