The photos show what you normally see as a tourist. It all looks very positive and we felt comfortable. Many things have been renovated or restored. Riding the metro with its magnificent stations really impressed us and is an adventure for those who don't know Cyril.
Here we are in the middle of the convent of the virgins
Domes of the Church in the Convent of the Virgins
View of the Virgin Monastery
The Kremlin seen from the Moskva
Domes of the Church of the Terem Palace in the Kremlin
Annunciation Cathedral in the Kremlin
In the Kremlin
In the Kremlin we walk along predefined paths
Moscow's sugar loaf architecture! View through the telephoto lens from Sparrow hills.
Christ the Saviour Cathedral, destroyed under the communists, rebuilt in 1995.
Vreni on the Red Square
In the background the Basilius Cathedral, which Ivan the Terrible had built
Red Square: just a few years ago, I couldn't have imagined standing here.
Red Square against the Historical Museum: At the Kremlin Tower is a huge five-pointed red star that shines brightly at night.
on the move with Moscow's metro
The underground stations are an experience
an elegant metro station