The Kremlin II

Coronation festivities on the Red Square, by Vasily Timm (1820-95). (1856).

Coronation festivities on the Red Square, by Vasily Timm (1820-95). (1856).

Skirts of the Moscow Kremlin in the XVII century, by Sergey Glushkov. (2008).

Skirts of the Moscow Kremlin in the XVII century, by Sergey Glushkov. (2008).

Heart of Russia, by Oksana Pavlova. (2002).

Heart of Russia, by Oksana Pavlova. (2002).

Old Moscow, by Konstantin Yuon (1875-1958).

Old Moscow, by Konstantin Yuon (1875-1958).

Moskvoretsky bridge, by Konstantin Korovin (1861-1939). (1914).

Moskvoretsky bridge, by Konstantin Korovin (1861-1939). (1914).

Moscow Kremlin, by Apollinary Vasnetsov. (1897).

Moscow Kremlin, by Apollinary Vasnetsov. (1897).

Moscow Kremlin. Churches, by Apollinary Vasnetsov (1856-1933). (1894).

Moscow Kremlin. Churches, by Apollinary Vasnetsov (1856-1933). (1894).

Moskvoretsky bridge, by Sergei Svetoslavsky (1857-1931). (1878).

Moskvoretsky bridge, by Sergei Svetoslavsky (1857-1931). (1878).

View of the Moscow Kremlin, by Pyotr Vereshchagin (1834-1886). (1879).

View of the Moscow Kremlin, by Pyotr Vereshchagin (1834-1886). (1879).

View of the Kremlin from Ustyinsky bridge, by Maxim Vorobyov (1787-1855). (1818).

View of the Kremlin from Ustyinsky bridge, by Maxim Vorobyov (1787-1855). (1818).

The abolition of serfdom in Russia in 1861, by Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). (1914).

The abolition of serfdom in Russia in 1861, by Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939). (1914).

Religious procession at the Annunciation Cathedral, by Karl-Friedrich Baudry (1812-94). (1860).

Religious procession at the Annunciation Cathedral, by Karl-Friedrich Baudry (1812-94). (1860).

View onto the Red Square, by Stepan Shukhvostov (1821-1908).

View onto the Red Square, by Stepan Shukhvostov (1821-1908).

Ivanovsky Square in the Kremlin, by Eduard Gärtner (1801-77). (1839).

Ivanovsky Square in the Kremlin, by Eduard Gärtner (1801-77). (1839).

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