11 Pre-Dawn Moscow City

Pre-Dawn Moscow City

Posted on May 18, 2011 by kulichik

Enjoy the pictures of the dawn taken from the roof of the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow. Click to see the full size of the images.

These are the State Kremlin Palace, Ivan the Great Bell Tower, the Cathedral of the Archangel and the Water Pump Tower. Click to see the full size of the images.

The Trinity Tower, the yellow Arsenal building, the Middle and the Angular Arsenal Towers. The St. Nicholas Tower and still illuminated historical museum.

It is much lighter now and there is no need in illumination of the Great Stone Bridge which is switched off.

Panoramic view of the Kremlin.


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11 Responses to “Pre-Dawn Moscow City”

  1. Musa says:

    Great Photos, Thanks.

  2. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Very nice pictures. Thanks much!

  3. Zonda says:

    Very nice panorama photos. They bring value to architecture of the Kremlin’s could not be better. I like both photo sessions. And yes, as all photographers knows, the early morning light it’s priceless to obtain spectacular photos ;).

  4. Little Timmy says:

    I was expecting something more like the documentary, ‘Red Dawn’.

  5. geo says:

    Wonderful! Thanks.

  6. phil mills says:


  7. Great pictures. Kremlin is really beautiful. Must visit them once in my lifetime!!

  8. medica says:

    wooo moscow is magic city …..

  9. Max says:

    Is it just me, or does some of the photos looked squished?

  10. Amy says:

    I’ve never seen photos of Moscow other than pictures of the Kremlin; the way you photographed the city make it look beautiful. I didn’t expect that. Thank you.

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