Once you click on one of the pictures, I am slowly entering descriptions for each picture so that visitors can know what they are looking at. It's a slow process; however, as there are so many pictures to catch-up on.
 
  • David just outside of the main entrance to Red Square.
    David just outside of the main entrance to Red Square.
  • When entering there, this is the first view that comes into sight.
    When entering there, this is the first view that comes into sight.
  • Natasha standing in front of one of the smaller cathedrals, just as we enter Red Square.
    Natasha standing in front of one of the smaller cathedrals, just as we enter Red Square.
  • The same...but without Natasha.
    The same...but without Natasha.
  • My first view of the wall which surrounds the Kremlin.
    My first view of the wall which surrounds the Kremlin.
  • A better view of the wall as it surrounds the Kremlin on the Red Square side.
    A better view of the wall as it surrounds the Kremlin on the Red Square side.
  • Our first far-off look at St. Basil's (Pokrovsky) Cathedral.
    Our first far-off look at St. Basil's (Pokrovsky) Cathedral.
  • A look back at the entrance to Red Square.
    A look back at the entrance to Red Square.
  • Natasha with a view of St. Basil's cathedral in the background.
    Natasha with a view of St. Basil's cathedral in the background.
  • David in front of another cathedral in the square.
    David in front of another cathedral in the square.
  • A monument connected to the Kremlin wall, but inside of Red Square.
    A monument connected to the Kremlin wall, but inside of Red Square.
  • Red Square's version of Big Ben.
    Red Square's version of Big Ben.
  • A close-up view of St. Basil's cathedral....which is actually the
    A close-up view of St. Basil's cathedral....which is actually the "Cathedral of Intercession of the Virgin on the Moat"...or, more commonly known as the "Cathedral of Saint Basil the Blessed". Historical facts: In the West, it is frequently confused with the Kremlin which overlooks it. Arguably the most recognized building in Russia, it is an international symbol for the nation and for the city of Moscow. Commissioned by Ivan the Terrible in 1555, this cathedral is actually comprised of 9 chapels built on a single foundation.
  • The next 20 pictures are all taken inside of St. Basil's, so I won't bother to narrate unless there is something interesting to note.
    The next 20 pictures are all taken inside of St. Basil's, so I won't bother to narrate unless there is something interesting to note.
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  • You can get an idea of how OLD this cathedral is by looking at the walls and items inside.
    You can get an idea of how OLD this cathedral is by looking at the walls and items inside.
  • Natasha going up a spiral staircase which winds up inside just one of the cathedral towers.
    Natasha going up a spiral staircase which winds up inside just one of the cathedral towers.
  • Looking up into one of the chapels cathedrals.
    Looking up into one of the chapels cathedrals.
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