The Moscow street art scene (to be updated).
Yelokhovsky Cathedral.Church of the Shroud of Virgin Mary.Church of Martyr Nikita.Insurrection Cathedral at Gorokhovoe Pole.https://www.instagram.com/p/BPupdhaAMD7/?taken-by=newsbeeThe Old Believers's Church near the Belarus Railway Station.
The note mentions the wolves' feeding time, which is 4 PM, and says that Mondays are fasting days.
On gray and depressing days like today, and especially when you run out of tea or coffee, it is a good idea to visit the Perlov Tea House.
A foreign tourist makes a selfie, squatting over the round metal plaque saying this is Moscow's zero kilometer from which the distance is...
Foreign and Russian visitors to Moscow love to take pictures with various impersonators - from czar Ivan the Terrible to Stalin and Putin.
This is how Moscow streets look today - and will look until the fall (or later) while large-scale reconstruction is in progress.https://www.instagram.com/p/BT8dgPal4II/?taken-by=suave_khmer
The street artist and his model in Moscow's Sokolniki park.
An artist on Moscow´s pedestrian Arbat street waits for customers to order their portraits.
The plaque on the left says a temple bearing the name of Saint Trinity stood on this spot between 1625 and 1934. Tverskaya St., Moscow.
There are quite a few cars in Moscow (and other Russian cities) featuring so-called aerography car art, turning the vehicles into moving pictures, sometimes funny, sometimes scary. Some images are real masterpieces, but most are quite tasteless.
Artist Ilya Ptichkin is trying to capture on canvas what remains of old Moscow.
I wasn't able to pass by the Old Believers' church near the Belarusian railway station without taking a couple of pictures. Looking great!
It's honey time in Moscow, the season of honey fairs in the city where people believe that honey can cure all, or almost all,...
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