Did you know that the Red Stars you can admire on top of the Kremlin Towers weigh more then a ton each, but can still rotate as weathercocks when the wind blows?
The Red Square is the first place most tourists visit when going to Moscow. Serge Freeman shares his large photographic collection which details attributes of the architecture that are otherwise too high up for tourists to notice.
Notice the perfect patterns and the meticulous craft. One could think we’re talking about miniature sculptures instead of 70 meter high opulent buildings.
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