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... s are interred in the Kremlin walls with gold plaques marking the spot.
Inside, it was pitch black and after going down some steps we all walked in silence past the embalmed body of Lenin, dressed in a black suit.
It was much the same as seeing Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam. Even the Mausoleum was similar.
Back in Red Square, I went to see St Basil's Cathedral.
Fantastic from the outside but not as good on the inside as other churches.
The highlight was a ...
... whilst I waited.
... 160; But we then had a wonderful ride ending at 9:00pm with the sun just going down over the sand dunes of the Gobi Desert. Horses are a most important part of Mongolian life. Herds abound, and everywhere people are working on horseback as well as riding for pleasure. We saw many groups of children riding and men on horseback in their traditional clothing – a tunic with a silk belt. The belt is to keep their body organs in place when galloping ...
... The chapel is still in constant use but as a visitor i felt almost imposing as a tourist. The red square is a huge space. The RYM shopping centre making up the left as you face the river, the imposing large red walls of the Kremlin to the right. Behind us a museum (will try to find the name) and in front St Basil's. St Basil's is the Colourful domed building. The domes almost look like flavoured Mr Whippys, where the flavour is coloured. This was where we ...
... rd place on our list, the very large but also very ‘closed’ Polytechnic Museum. This museum is one of the oldest science museums in the world and houses some of the most interesting artefacts and machinery/technology from the Soviet era. I could see a pattern developing here!!
If I had bothered to read my guidebook rather than just looking at the pictures, I would have learnt that monuments and museums are closed on Mondays. Not having ...