Voices From Russia, Too

Friday, 12 December 2014

12 December 2014. Our Great Russian Motherland… Moscow’s Winter Wonderland

00 Snowy Moscow 01. 12.12.14

The first significant snowfall hit the Russian capital on 10 December. This image shows the State Historical Museum in Manezhnaya Square, in central Moscow.

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00 Snowy Moscow 02. 12.12.14

A couple in the Aleksandrovsky Sad.

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00 Snowy Moscow 03. 12.12.14

Two women walking in the snow in Red Square.

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00 Snowy Moscow 04. 12.12.14

Snow falling on the towers of the Historical Museum.

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00 Snowy Moscow 05. 12.12.14

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00 Snowy Moscow 06. 12.12.14

St Basil Cathedral covered in snow.

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00 Snowy Moscow 07. 12.12.14

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00 Snowy Moscow 08. 12.12.14 

Yuri Dolgoruky monument.

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00 Snowy Moscow 09. 12.12.14

Christmas Fair in Red Square.

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00 Snowy Moscow 10. 12.12.14

Shoveling snow on Red Square.

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00 Snowy Moscow 11. 12.12.14

Trees decorated for the holidays in central Moscow.

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00 Snowy Moscow 12. 12.12.14

Merry-go-Round in Red Square.

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The first significant snowfall hit the Russian capital on 10 December. Up to 20 percent of the monthly snowfall amount fell in some areas of the city during the day. More than 10,000 snowploughs cleaned up the snow-covered streets.

11 December 2014

ITAR-TASS

http://itar-tass.com/en/non-political/766361

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