Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The late spring is probably the best season time: the sky is blue, the sun is shining and streets are green. So let’s take a walk through Moscow in one of such nice days. The following pictures are made from a model of a helicopter with a camera attached to it.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The Big Kremlin palace and the Blagoveshchenskaya tower.

Flying Over Moscow

Saint Basil’s Cathedral and the Spasskaya, Nabatnaya, Konstantino-Eleninskaya, Petrovskaya towers.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The hotel “Balguch”, the main business center “Balguch Plaza”, the Central Russian Bank and the hidden Nativity Church.

Flying Over Moscow

The Little Moskvoretsky, Chugunny and Sadovnichesky bridges.

Flying Over Moscow

The Zamoskvorechye district (the central area of Moscow) with low floor buildings.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

A titbit for developers.

Flying Over Moscow

Resurrection Church in Kadashi Sloboda.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

Traffic jams on the Big Stone Bridge.

Flying Over Moscow

The big wasteland where the former hotel “Russia” was. Ads on fences disfigure views to the Kremlin side and bring a huge income to advertisers.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The cinema “Udarnik”.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The Tretyakovsky bridge is the favorite of newlyweds. They attach little locks to the bridge as a symbol of their endless love.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

A public garden.

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

Flying Over Moscow

The Novodevichy Convent.

Flying Over Moscow

Location:Moscow

via chistoprudov

16 thoughts on “Flying Over Moscow”

  1. Is The House on the Embankment included in these photographs? If so can someone please tell me which one(s) (number of photo) and where (ie; upper right, bottom left)?

  2. Very nice pictures. I’d like to visit Moscow someday. I like all the website design except the hammer and sickle. How about replacing it with today’s Russian flag?

    • I agree, lets stop with stereotypes and histprical symbolics that have no play today, and are assosiated with sadness.

  3. Love the shots of the Kremlin. You don’t really get a sense of how large it is until you see shots like these. Also, the new website rocks!!!

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