Some more photos from Moscow

Some more pictures from Moscow streets and yards:

A monument to a guard, Nikol’skaia Street

A monument to a guard, Nikol’skaia Street

It’s sometimes convenient to take a picture through a hole in a fence 😉

Cathedral of the Sign in Zaryadye, 1679–84.

Cathedral of the Sign in Zaryadye, 1679–84. The picture was made through a hole in a fence from the side of the former Rossiya Hotel; you can see its remains nearby 😉

The place of the demolished Rossiya Hotel

The place of the demolished Rossiya Hotel

…and a covered gallerie around it. Looks like a fortress ;-)

…and a covered gallery around it. Looks like a fortress 😉

One more view through a hole in a fence—St. Anna's Church at the Corner (1510s), in Zaryadye

One more view through a hole in a fence—St. Anna’s Church at the Corner (1510s), in Zaryadye

It’s near Bolshoy Spasogolinischevsky Lane. Looks like the Western Wall in Jerusalem, and the Moscow Choral Synagogue is just behind me ;-)

It’s near Bolshoy Spasogolinischevsky Lane. Looks like the Western Wall in Jerusalem, and the Moscow Choral Synagogue is just behind me 😉

 

The question means ‘What for?’ 😉

An old, mossy Zaporozhets

An old, mossy Zaporozhets. It was the cheapest and the worst of Soviet cars, so that people sometimes said, ‘I’ll never have enough money for a car, but maybe I’ll be able to buy a Zaporozhets’ 😉 It’s not produced any more, but I saw a functioning one already after I had taken this picture.

Угадайте, что это там посажено? Правильно: фонтан ;-)

How do you think, what plants are those? You are right, it’s a fountain 😉