No trip to Moscow's wintery snowy Red Square is complete without a peek inside this onion-domed landmark though the interior has little in common with its famous and festive exterior. Dark and narrow passages wind up steep stairs to mystical, musty chapels and nooks. Saint Basil's Cathedral’s original color was said to be white to match the white stone of the Kremlin, while the domes were gold. Starting in the 17th century, the frontage and domes began to be painted in the remarkable colors that are seen today.
|Subject||2.6 × 2.7 cm, Aquarell|
|Paper||300g Water Color Paper|
|Dimensions||20 × 20 cm|