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MOSCOW, RUSSIA - SEPTEMBER 15, 2017: The Hall of the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky in the Grand Kremlin Palace. Panoramic view of the interior.
Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany. Dedication on the frieze means "To the German people".
BREMEN, GERMANY - MAY 26, 2015: Interior of Bremen Cathedral. The cathedral of St Peter was built in the 11th century and rebuilt in the later centuries. Main organ was built in 1894 by Wilhelm Sauer.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Monument to first settler. The monument by sculptor Valentin Kozenuk was unveiled on September 8, 1980. It is one of the most famous and recognizable symbols of Penza.
House of the National Assembly (Dom Narodne Skupstine) of Serbia in Belgrade
Dome of the Rock Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel
SARANSK, RUSSIA - AUGUST 16, 2018: Monument to Mikhail Bakhtin, the Russian philosopher and theorist of the European culture and art. The monument by Nikolay Filatov was unveiled on November 24, 2015.
KURESSAARE, SAAREMAA ISLAND, ESTONIA - JUNE 23, 2017: Traditional large bonfire to celebrate the Jaanipaev (Jaan's Day). This Estonian public holiday corresponds to the English Midsummer Day.
BASEL, SWITZERLAND - DECEMBER 14, 2019: Interior of Church of St. Elisabeth (Offene Kirche Elisabethen). The church was built in 1857-1864 in the Swiss Neo-Gothic style by design of Ferdinand Stadler.
INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA - MAY 26, 2017: Interior of Innsbruck Cathedral. The cathedral was built in 1717-1724. The interior, including ceiling fresco, was created by Asam brothers in 1722-1724.
BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC - DECEMBER 11, 2016: Interior of ossuary under Church of St. James. The ossuary holds the remains of over 50 thousand people which makes it the second-largest ossuary in Europe.
Dome of the Rock and Dome of the Chain on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Israel
VIENNA, AUSTRIA - DECEMBER 9, 2016: Fragment of large ceiling fresco of Jesuit Church. The church was built in 1623-1627 and remodeled in 1703-1705. The fresco was executed by Andrea Pozzo in 1703.
TALLINN, ESTONIA - JULY 27, 2016: Kadriorg Palace and flower garden with fountain. Kadriorg Palace is a Petrine Baroque palace built for Catherine I of Russia by Peter the Great in 1718-1727.
VIENNA, AUSTRIA - DECEMBER 9, 2016: Interior of Dominican Church. Also known as the Church of St. Maria Rotunda, it was built in 1631-1634 in early Baroque style.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Sculptural composition "Casket of Russian folk proverbs". The composition by sculptor Valery Kuznetsov was unveiled on November 13, 2010.
Braunschweig, Germany. Monument to the German mathematician and scientist Carl Friedrich Gauss in his birthtown. The monument was unveiled in 1877 to commemorate the 100th annyversary of Gauss.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Afghan Gates, the memorial complex commemorating soldiers who died in the Soviet-Afghan War of 1979-1989. The memorial by Alexander Bem was unveiled on July 31, 2010.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Monument to Denis Davydov, a Russian soldier-poet of the Napoleonic Wars. The monument by sculptor Vladimir Kurdov was unveiled on May 19, 1984.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Traffic Light Tree. It was made of 36 old traffic lights and installed on January 13, 2011 by wish of city's mayor.
VIENNA, AUSTRIA - OCTOBER 1, 2018: Antonio Vivaldi Monument depicting three female musicians with relief portrait of Antonio Vivaldi on front pedestal. Monument by Gianni Arico was unveiled in 2001.
SUSANINO, RUSSIA - JUNE 14, 2021: Commemorative plaque on the chapel on a place where house of Ivan Susanin was located. Ivan Susanin is the Russian national hero and martyr of the early 17th century.
SUSANINO, RUSSIA - JUNE 13, 2021: Memorial stone in honor of Ivan Susanin, the Russian national hero of the early 17th century. The stone is located above swamp where Ivan Susanin was martyred in 1613
SUSANINO, RUSSIA - JUNE 14, 2021: Chapel on place where house of Ivan Susanin was located. Ivan Susanin is the Russian national hero and martyr of the early 17th century. The chapel was built in 1913.
SUSANINO, RUSSIA - JUNE 13, 2021: Memorial stone in honor of Ivan Susanin, the Russian national hero of the early 17th century. The stone is located above swamp where Ivan Susanin was martyred in 1613
Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God in Chukhloma, Russia. The church was first mentioned in 1628. Present stone church was built in 1730.
CHUKHLOMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 13, 2021: Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God. The church was first mentioned in 1628. Present stone church was built in 1730.
CHUKHLOMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 13, 2021: Memorial stone to commemorate the 600th anniversary of the town. The stone was installed in 1981.
Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God in Chukhloma, Russia. The church was first mentioned in 1628. Present stone church was built in 1730.
BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC - DECEMBER 11, 2016: Chapel in the ossuary under Church of St. James. The ossuary holds the remains of over 50 thousand people which makes it the second-largest ossuary in Europe.
CHUKHLOMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 13, 2021: Button Monument and Church of the Dormition of the Mother of God in the background. The wooden button with a diameter of 3 meters was installed in 2017.
CHUKHLOMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 13, 2021: Wooden button with a diameter of 3 meters, the symbol of Festival of creativity named after the People's Artist of USSR Mikhail Pugovkin. It was installed in 2017.
GUS-ZHELEZNY, RUSSIA - JUNE 11, 2021: Monument to brothers Andrey and Ivan Batashyov, the Russian steel-iron industrialists and founders of the settlement. The monument was erected in 2008.
Esztergom, Hungary. Dark Gate or Dark Portal, a tunnel located under the artificial slopes of Castle Hill near Esztergom Basilica. Text above the entrance reads: Prince Primate Alexander Rudnay 1824.
Nicolaus Copernicus Monument in Torun, Poland. The monument was erected in 1853. Latin text on the pedestal reads: Nicolaus Copernicus of Torun, mover of the earth, stopper of the sun and heavens.
SPAS-KLEPIKI, RUSSIA - JUNE 11, 2021: Monument to the Russian lyric poet Sergey Yesenin. The monument by sculptor Anatoly Bichugov was unveiled on October 12, 2009.
SPAS-KLEPIKI, RUSSIA - JUNE 11, 2021: Monument to the Russian lyric poet Sergey Yesenin. The monument by sculptor Anatoly Bichugov was unveiled on October 12, 2009.
KOSTROMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 14, 2021: Monument to prince Yuri Dolgorukiy (Yuri the Long Arm), the founder of the city. The monument by sculptor Vadim Tserkovnikov was unveiled on August 29, 2003.
Abandoned Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ in Soligalich, Russia. The cathedral was built in 1660-1690.
KOSTROMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 14, 2021: Ivan Susanin Monument. The monument to the Russian national hero and martyr of the early 17th century was created by sculptor Nikita Lavinsky and erected in 1967.
KOSTROMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 14, 2021: Ivan Susanin Monument. The monument to the Russian national hero and martyr of the early 17th century was created by sculptor Nikita Lavinsky and erected in 1967.
KOSTROMA, RUSSIA - JUNE 14, 2021: Ivan Susanin Monument. The monument to the Russian national hero and martyr of the early 17th century was created by sculptor Nikita Lavinsky and erected in 1967.
GUS-ZHELEZNY, RUSSIA - JUNE 11, 2021: Holy Trinity Church. The church, built in 1802-1868, combines features of Classicism, Baroque and Gothic, and has no analogues in the Russian church architecture.
GUS-ZHELEZNY, RUSSIA - JUNE 11, 2021: Holy Trinity Church. The church, built in 1802-1868, combines features of Classicism, Baroque and Gothic, and has no analogues in the Russian church architecture.
ZAGREB, CROATIA - OCTOBER 8, 2018: Honorary Company of the Honor Guard Battalion marches with National flag along the Croatian Parliament building during the celebration of Croatian Independence Day.
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY - OCTOBER 2, 2015: King Saint Stephen Monument in Fisherman's Bastion. The monument by sculptor Alajos Strobl, based on the plans of architect Frigyes Schulek, was erected in 1906.
Tree of desires on cape Burhan of Olkhon Island on Lake Baikal, Russia
Yekaterinburg, Russia. Historical center, city pond, Yekaterinburg-City neighborhood and north-western side of the city. View from observation deck of Vysotsky skyscraper at 186m above the ground.
RIJEKA, CROATIA - OCTOBER 9, 2018: Interior of Rijeka Cathedral (St. Vitus Cathedral). The present church was founded in 1638 and built by design of Jesuit monk and architect Giacomo Briano.
INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA - MAY 26, 2017: Main organ of Innsbruck Cathedral (Cathedral of St. James). The cathedral was built in 1717-1724. The organ was built in 1725 and reconstructed in 1998-2000.
INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA - MAY 26, 2017: Panoramic view of interior of Innsbruck Cathedral with main organ. The cathedral was built in 1717-1724. The organ was built in 1725 and reconstructed in 1998-2000.
HILDESHEIM, GERMANY - DECEMBER 7, 2018: Interior of St. Michael's Church. The church was built in 1010-1033. This is the one of the most important churches of early Christian period architecture.
TALLINN, ESTONIA - JULY 27, 2016: Kadriorg Palace and flower garden with fountain. Kadriorg Palace is a Petrine Baroque palace built for Catherine I of Russia by Peter the Great in 1718-1727.
RIJEKA, CROATIA - OCTOBER 9, 2018: Interior of Rijeka Cathedral (St. Vitus Cathedral). The present church was founded in 1638 and built by design of Jesuit monk and architect Giacomo Briano.
HILDESHEIM, GERMANY - DECEMBER 7, 2018: Interior of St. Michael's Church. The church was built in 1010-1033. This is the one of the most important churches of early Christian period architecture.
INNSBRUCK, AUSTRIA - MAY 26, 2017: Chancel, choir and High altar of Innsbruck Cathedral. Cathedral was built in 1717-1724. High altar was created in 1729 by Cristoforo Benedetti and his son Teodoro.
RIJEKA, CROATIA - OCTOBER 9, 2018: Panoramic view of interior of Rijeka Cathedral (St. Vitus Cathedral). The present church was founded in 1638 and built by design of architect Giacomo Briano.
Monument to swedish king Gustav II Adolf in Gothenburg, Sweden
VIENNA, AUSTRIA - OCTOBER 1, 2018: Bronze relief portrait of Antonio Vivaldi in front of the Antonio Vivaldi Monument.
HELSINKI, FINLAND - AUGUST 23, 2013: Sculpture of a mermaid, the central part of the Havis Amanda fountain. The fountain with statue by sculptor Ville Vallgren was unveiled on September 20, 1908.
METZ, FRANCE - MAY 15, 2018: Interior of Cathedral of Saint Stephen of Metz. The cathedral was built in 1220-1550 and consecrated on April 11, 1552. It has one of the highest naves in the world.
Porvoo Old Town with old wooden barns alongside the Porvoonjoki river, Finland. View from a bridge across the river.
Ludwigskirche in Saarbrucken in dusk, Germany. The Lutheran baroque-style church was built in 1762-1775. It was named after Louis (Ludwig), Prince of Nassau-Saarbrucken.
Ludwigskirche in Saarbrucken, Germany. The Lutheran baroque-style church was built in 1762-1775. It was named after Louis (Ludwig), Prince of Nassau-Saarbrucken.
LINZ, AUSTRIA - DECEMBER 11, 2017: Interior of New Cathedral (Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception). The cathedral was laid in 1862 and consecrated in 1924. The main organ was inaugurated in 1968.
SAMBIR, UKRAINE - OCTOBER 3, 2011: Town Hall of Sambir. It was built in 1638-1668 and reconstructed in 1844. The Mother Ukraine monument by sculptor Mykola Posikira was unveiled on August 30, 2010.
ESZTERGOM, HUNGARY - OCTOBER 7, 2015: Mosaic and fresco depicting Saint Gregory (Pope Gregory I), one of the Great Fathers of Church, in Esztergom Basilica. Fresco was created by Ludwig Moralt in 1840
Evening view on the Westerkerk (Western church) from Prinsengracht channel in Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Porta Nigra (Black Gate) - a 2nd-century Roman city gate in Trier, Germany
Cathedral of St. Theodore Ushakov in Saransk, Russia. It is named for Russian saint and admiral Fyodor Ushakov. Text above the entrance reads: Cathedral of the Holy Righteous Warrior Theodore Ushakov.
Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity and Holy Trinity Column on Congress Square of Ljubljana, Slovenia. The church was built in 1718-1726. The Column was created in 1722 and renovated in 1834 and 1895.
Vadstena, Sweden. Statue of St. Bridget, the founder of the Bridgettines nuns and monks. Vadstena Abbey, founded in 1346 by St. Bridget, is the motherhouse of the Bridgettine Order.
MUNICH, GERMANY - DECEMBER 15, 2017: Ceiling fresco of abbey church of St. Anna im Lehel. Church was built in 1727-1733 by Johann Michael Fischer. The fresco was created by Cosmas Damian Asam in 1730.
BRNO, CZECH REPUBLIC - JULY 29, 2019: Interior of Church of Assumption of Virgin Mary, also known as Jesuit Church. The church was built in 1598-1602 and modified in the 17th and 18th centuries.
LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA - OCTOBER 4, 2018: Slovenian Philharmonic Building and Ljubljana Castle. The building was constructed in 1891 by design of Adolf Wagner. The castle was founded in the 11th century.
MUNICH, GERMANY - MAY 30, 2017: Interior of St. Peter's Church (Alter Peter). This is the oldest church in the city. The present Late Baroque and Rococo interior was created in the 18th century.
KURESSAARE, SAAREMAA ISLAND, ESTONIA - JUNE 23, 2017: Traditional large bonfire to celebrate the Jaanipaev (Jaan's Day). This Estonian public holiday corresponds to the English Midsummer Day.
HELSINKI, FINLAND - JULY 21, 2016: Altar of the Temppeliaukio Church, also known as the Church of the Rock and Rock Church. The church was designed by Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen and opened in 1969.
Martinskirche (Church of St. Martin) in Linz, Austria. This is the one of the oldest surviving churches in Austria. The first documentary mention of the church dates back to 799.
MUNICH, GERMANY - MAY 30, 2017: Interior of Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Lady). The church was built in 1468-1488 and consecrated in 1494.
Statue of Henry the Lion on the top of Henry the Lion Fountain in Braunschweig, Germany. The statue was created in 1873.
BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY - DECEMBER 7, 2018: Interior of Brunswick Cathedral. The church was founded in 1173 by Henry the Lion, that buried in the cathedral with his wife Mathilde Plantagenet.
YEKATERINBURG, RUSSIA - JULY 25, 2018: Yekaterinburg-City with buildings of regional Government and Parliament, hotel Hyatt, Drama Theater, Iset Tower, Yeltsin Center, Demidov and President centers.
LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIA - OCTOBER 3, 2018: Robba Fountain or Fountain of the Three Carniolan Rivers, and St. Nicholas Cathedral in the background. The fountain was made in 1751 by sculptor Francesco Robba
MALMO, SWEDEN - DECEMBER 13, 2015: The Knotted Gun or Non-Violence sculpture. The sculpture by Carl Fredrik Reutersward was unveiled in 1985. Fragment of Central Post Office is visible in background.
HILDESHEIM, GERMANY - DECEMBER 7, 2018: Interior of St. Andreas Church. The church was started at the end of the 14th century, completed in 1504, burned down during the WWII, and rebuilt in 1956-1965.
ESZTERGOM, HUNGARY - OCTOBER 7, 2015: Mosaic and fresco depicting Saint Augustine, one of the Four Great Doctors of Western Church, in Esztergom Basilica. Fresco was created by Ludwig Moralt in 1840s.
HILDESHEIM, GERMANY - DECEMBER 7, 2018: Wooden ceiling of St. Michael's Church with fresco depicting the Tree of Jesse (ancestors of Christ). The fresco was created around 1230.
HILDESHEIM, GERMANY - DECEMBER 7, 2018: Interior of St. Michael's Church. The church was built in 1010-1033. This is the one of the most important churches of early Christian period architecture.
Cologne Cathedral, Germany. Construction of the Cathedral began in 1248. Currently it is the tallest twin-spired church at 157 m (515 ft) tall.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Monument to a Gorodovoy (the lowest rank of the city police in Russian Empire). The monument by sculptor Sergey Kirin was unveiled on June 12, 2015.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Monument to the Russian Empire and Soviet surgeon Vasily Razumovsky at the Saratov State Medical University of his name. The monument was unveiled on June 10, 2009.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Saints Cyril and Methodius Monument in front of the main building of Saratov State University. The monument by Alexander Rozhnikov was unveiled on May 23, 2009.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Felix Dzerzhinsky Monument in front of Saratov railway station building. The monument was erected in 1939 on pedestal of demolished monument to Emperor Alexander II.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Lenin Monument at Theater Square (called Revolution Square in USSR). The monument by Alexander Kibalnikov and architect Yury Menyakin was unveiled on April 17, 1970.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Memorial stone to Yemelyan Pugachev, the leader of a Russian peasant uprising of 1773-1775. The monument by sculptors Iodynis and Skorobogatova was installed in 1982.
PENZA, RUSSIA - AUGUST 15, 2018: Sculptural composition "Casket of Russian folk proverbs". The composition by sculptor Valery Kuznetsov was unveiled on November 13, 2010.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Monument to lovers on Cosmonauts Embankment at the bank of Volga river. The monument was unveiled in 2000 during the celebration of the 410th anniversary of the city
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Monument to the Russian novelist and Soviet literary functionary Konstantin Fedin. The monument by sculptors Kibalnikov and Protkov was unveiled on November 5, 1986.
SARATOV, RUSSIA - AUGUST 14, 2018: Soothe My Sorrows Church. The church was built in 1904-1906 in the Russian Revival style, inspired by the architecture of the Saint Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.
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