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... 5 male choristers singing in one the chapels.
The echo of the voices made it sound even more amazing.
History states that the architect had his eyes gouged out so he couldn't create another similar church.
The next stop was Gym (pronounced Goom).
I learned at school that this was a glass roofed market.
That was 33 years ago in the middle of the communist era.
What a difference a generation makes.
It's now an upmarket shopping mall ...
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... is used as a pocket. The horses are never petted and, when at the ger, are tethered to something that looks like a clothesline. The mares are milked to make a fermented daily drink called airag, which Andy enjoyed, but which was far too sour for me. When tethered the horses shake their heads continually as they are plagued by horse flies and “miggies”. The Mongolian farmer runs all his stock together in one herd – ...
... The cost is 350 rubbles to go inside as a adult. I thought I would be cheeky and ask for three student tickets 100 rubbles each (60 rubbles to the pound currently) . Bargain. Walking up the stairs and into the entrance hall you say goodbye to daylight and enter. The yellow wallpaper and Moroccan looking chandeliers. The rooms are small and pokey each with a different color. Ceiling painted and in the outer rooms small windows letting bright sunlight in. Between ...
... 29 years ago, I wasn’t going to see Lenin or Soviet technology of the 1950s and 60s on this trip either. It looks like Roisin’s coin throwing antics a few days ago will hang true and we’ll have to return to visit these landmarks.
We walked past the snow-covered lawns of Illyinsky Square. Despite much snow having fallen over the past few weeks, the paths through this square along with the pavements throughout Moscow were completely clear of ...