December 18, 2009

Church of the Resurrection in Kadashi

Two years ago, I saw this church through the trees when I visited the Kremlin. I didn't know where it was, and I never managed to find it. Two weekends ago, while walking with my friends, I found it! It's even better up close than it is from afar. When I get a chance, I'll go back during the day and get some more pictures.
Note to my readers: I still don't have internet in my apartment, so posts here won't be as regular as I'd like - but I do promise to not go another month between posts!


GMG said...

Hi Ashira! Great to see you posting and commenting!! Great shot; I've seen that one in 2001. Great!!

Time to relax with a visit to a museum? Blogtrotter is at the British! Enjoy and have a great holiday season!

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