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... early as the 1500’s but most seem to date from the mid 19th century. The village is divided into three separate sections, each section representing a style unique to one of the local regions, however my lot really didn’t see much difference in them. They were all built of logs and many were house and farm barns all in one. The living quarters are up top, with workshops and store rooms below that and the animals in an adjoining sections. Two or three ...
... building is extremely highly decorated. In many there is barely an inch left bare, with paintings of saints, and stories from the bible depicted on every surface except the floor. And then there are no chairs. Although services can last up to 2 hours, people stand up, regularly crossing themselves, but not necessarily at the same time as each other. There is continual chanting, usually a single male lead, and a collection of mixed voice response. We've been in churches where ...
... 1999, Boris Yeltsin declared that the Great Kremlin Palace be 'put back to how it was before' and spent $800m doing so.
Such a shame that the money wasn't spent on some of the other buildings inside the Kremlin.
Not to be I'm afraid.
And to top it all off, it was really raining and getting colder.
As I had a couple of hours to spare, I thought I would take a boat trip on the Moskva river.
The trip was ok (would have been better in ...
My first day of boarding a massive ship set sail for Russia! We are docked now and slightly strange to be on a floating hotel but my balcony is amazing! There seems to be many "blue hairs" but also quite a gathering of young people too! I'm sure I will know everyone by the end of the ...
... the tum of Lenin is here" (tomb, Anya) and "the chapelles of St Basil's" (they would be chapels not Corby's). Ah, crazy Russians. Mind you, Steve has been pronouncing all of his Russian words wrong so far but has since found a booklet with how to say them correctly now. "Adno pivo Bolshoy, pushlava!" (One large beer please). We think before he was saying "one guinea pig, lightly stirred, thanks"
We tipped Anya some good Roubles and toddled off for lunch at ...