Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Red Square is undoubtedly beautiful in every time of the year and at any time of day or night. But these photos are outstanding – they depict the main square of Russia from the nearby roofs – the roofs, from which a simple civilian photographer is not allowed to shoot, or the price of a single-hour photo set exceeds $200.  Nonetheless a group of brave camera boys found back-ways to the secured roofs, and as a result you can enjoy one more gallery of night Moscow lights- so accustomed to the eye of a Moscovite, but still beautiful and tempting.

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Unique Views Of Night Red Square

Location: Red Square, Moscow

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15 thoughts on “Unique Views Of Night Red Square”

  1. A. Bunka here. The Kremlin is not the dark foreboding place many people assume it to be. The coolest part, to me, is St. Basils.
    The brick masonry at the Kremlin is perfect. Travel to the apartment house built in Soviet times and it is a mess. I have learned on this site that the masons have to heat up the mortar, in winter, and lay brick when it is freezing outside. This explains the mess.

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