13 The Ice Kremlin

The Ice Kremlin

Posted on December 24, 2007 by

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These days in Russia there is also some winter kind of attraction in the Moscow downtown, right near the Kremlin. One can see the ice-made statues and copies of the Kremlin towers which stand near the original bigger stone versions.

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13 Responses to “The Ice Kremlin”

  1. void0 says:

    When they melt if the temperature in Moscow above 0?

  2. mauh says:

    looks good…and first!

  3. John from Kansas says:


  4. Bert says:

    Ain’t gonna last, it’s been +3 in Moscow for days…

  5. Boris Abramov says:

    Where is all the snow? Didn’t Moscow get any snow this December like the last year?

  6. Eileen says:

    Thanks for the photos of these exquisite ice sculptures. You know, some things just simply *do better* in Moscow, don’t they — like ice sculptures and such. Couldn’t do it in Sochi. Or in San Francisco, for that matter.

  7. xyz says:

    If you use yellow or brown ice, you get more realism…

  8. Protophobic says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but this is not an “Ice Kremlin”. I see St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Tsar Cannon, neither of which are in the Kremlin.

  9. RedAssMonkey says:

    By the way. Where is Tsar Cannon located?

  10. Joseph Friedlander says:

    I love English Russia, and in page about englishrussia.com/?p=2231 Russian flying fortresses the word you want is “entranced”– hypnotized with obsession with giant airplanes

    “In 1930s Russian army was … by the idea of creating huge planes”

    Be well!

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