Red Square
Grandma Bert captures a wonderful photo of Moscow, and perhaps Russia's, most famous icon, St. Basil's Cathedral.
Red Square
Red Square
Grandma Bert and Grandpa Roy at Red Square, Moscow, Russia.
Red Square
Red Square
"To Citizen Minin and Prince Pozharskiy from a grateful Russia, summer 1818." Minin sided with Pozharskiy during the so-called Time of Troubles to route the Polish and Lithanian invaders in the early part of the 17th century.
Red Square
Red Square
GUM, the State Department Store, is adjacent to Red Square across from the Kremlin.
Red Square
Red Square
One of the few police cars spotted around the city is parked in Red Square. The police are subordinate to the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
Red Square
Red Square
"Uncle Joe," Joseph Stalin, responsible for the murder of probably as many people as the Nazis, but all Soviet citizens. Now buried here, he did share Lenin's mausoleum for several years. Notice the flowers on the grave.
Red Square
Red Square
The State History Museum is at the end of Red Square.
Red Square
Red Square
Gentleman in period attire at the entrance to the State History Museum.
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Red Square
Red Square, looking toward St. Basil's. On the immediate right is the State History Museum. Beyond, can be one of the Kremlin towers. On the left is the GUM (State Department Store).
Red Square
Red Square
The Great Green Group reaches Moscow at last!
Red Square
Red Square
Female Ministry of Internal Affairs troop patrols near Lenin's Mausoleum.
Red Square
Red Square
Lenin's mausoleum. It was closed when Grandma and Grandpa were there.
Red Square