Moscow (18 Subjects)
Portrait of the Tsar of Russia.
The Virgin of Iber (Bleeding Vrefokratousa). The icon was kept at the Gate of the Resurrection (today part of the Red Square) in Moscow. According to the tradition, the Virgin bleeds because she was stabbed in the cheek by an iconoclast.
Petrovsky Palace at the entrance of Moscow. The palace was built in the era of Catherine the Great and was the penultimate stopover of Russian emperors in their journey from Saint Petersburg (then capitall of the Russian empire) to Moscow.
The entrance to Moscow by the route of Saint Petersburg.
Greek merchant from Astrakhan on a visit to Moscow.
Woman from Arsamas in typical costume, Moscow.
Portrait of the Archbishop of Moscow in vestments of the Resurrection ceremony.
Map of Moscow.
Wife of affluent merchant in official costume for the celebration of the Carnival, escorted by her nurse.
Arms of the city of Moscow.
View of Saint Basil's church, Moscow.
The Great Gun of Moscow or Tsar's Cannon at Kremlin gardens. Even though the cannon was never used at wartime, it served as symbol of the Russian dynasty from the 16th century onwards.
Ivan the Great Bell Tower, next to the Assumption cathedral at Cathedral Square in Moscow.
The Great Bell of Moscow or Tsar Bell at Kremlin.
Map of Kremlin, Moscow, with the main sights and monuments.
View of the first palace of the Tsars at Kremlin, Moscow. In the foreground one of the now-lost monasteries of Kremlin.
Carriage at the streets of Moscow.
View of Moscow from Bersenevsk area.