The Church of Spilled Blood in St. Petersburg, Russia

The Church of Spilled Blood in St. Built on the site of the demolished "Ipatiev House," in Ekaterinburg,where the Romanovs were murdered, as a memorial.

The Church of our Savior on the Spilled Blood in St Petersburg, Russia

The Most Beautiful Churches in St. Petersburg

Church of Our Savior on The Spilled Blood  at Sunset, St. Petersburg.

Church of Our Savior on The Spilled Blood, St. Petersburg, Russia (by Luís Henrique Boucault) - Church of Our Savior on The Spilled Blood, St.

Church of the Savior on Blood, St. Petersburg, Russia. The Church of the Savior…

Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St. Simple amazing, one of the best photographs I've seen

This is a shot of the mosaic interior of the Church of the Spilled Blood in Saint Petersburg, Russia. There are millions of tiny mosaic pieces used to create these beautiful scenes.

The Church of Spilt Blood, Saint Petersburg, Russia. Russia is underrated in my opinion for its amazing architecture. Synagogues, Mosque, and Cathedrals have always drawn my attention. The colors and style of this is absolutely stunning.

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The historic center of St. Petersburg, since 1990 included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Russia by Pasquale Di Pilato

The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ (Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood). St Petersburg, Russia.

The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ (Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood). St Petersburg, Russia.

The wooden Church of the Transfiguration, Kizhi Pogost, Kizhi island. The island is located on Lake Onega in the Republic of Karelia (Medvezhyegorsky District), Russia.  [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kizhi_Pogost]

The wooden cathedral on Kizhi Island, Russia. Kizhi is one of 1650 islands on Lake Onega in the region of Karelia and is one of the oldest inhibated sites in Russia.

St. Basil's Cathedral in Moscow, Russia, looks like a building from Candyland with its vivid colors, but it's definitely a sight to behold in person. Ivan the Terrible commissioned to build this in the 15th century, but it wasn't until the 16th century that the domes were painted with multicolored patterns.

St. Basil's Cathedral, Russia

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