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Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: St. Michaels gold-domed cathedral, Kiev, Ukraine, Europe

St. Michaels gold-domed cathedral, Kiev, Ukraine, Europe
St. Michaels Golden-Domed Monastery is a functioning monastery in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Originally built in the Middle Ages, the monastery comprises the Cathedral itself, the Refectory of St

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Interior of Komsomolskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Interior of Komsomolskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Cathedral of Saint Basil the Blessed in Red Square in Moscow, Russia

Cathedral of Saint Basil the Blessed in Red Square in Moscow, Russia
Famous Russian Orthodox Cathedral of Saint Basil the Blessed. This church was built in Moscow on Red Square from 1555 to 1561

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Saint Petersburg, Russia, Eurasia. Church of the Savior on spilled blood

Saint Petersburg, Russia, Eurasia. Church of the Savior on spilled blood

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Novoslobodskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Novoslobodskaya Metro Station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Mitchells Corn Palace, Mitchell, South Dakota, USA

Mitchells Corn Palace, Mitchell, South Dakota, USA
Mitchells Corn Palace, The Worlds Only Corn Palace at Mitchell, South Dakota, USA. The card notes that this building is redecorated annually at a cost of $10

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Saint Nicholas of Lipna, 1294. Artist: Alexa Petrov

Saint Nicholas of Lipna, 1294. Artist: Alexa Petrov
Saint Nicholas of Lipna, 1294. Petrov, Alexa (Late 13th century). Russian icon painting. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum of History and Architecture Novgorodian Kremlin, Novgorod

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: St. Basils Cathedral in Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Russia, Europe

St. Basils Cathedral in Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: St. Basils Christian cathedral in winter snow

St. Basils Christian cathedral in winter snow, Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Onion domes of the Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood in St Petersburg, Russia, spot colour

Onion domes of the Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood in St Petersburg, Russia, spot colour
Onion domes of the Church of Our Saviour on Spilled Blood in Saint Petersburg, Russia, spot colour with B/W background

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Russia, St. Petersburg; The partly frozen Neva River in Winter, with the Winter Palace

Russia, St. Petersburg; The partly frozen Neva River in Winter, with the Winter Palace, the Admiralty and St. Isaacs Cathedral

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The main staircase at the Winter Palace. St. Petersburg, Russia, Europe

The main staircase at the Winter Palace. St. Petersburg, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Russia, St Petersburg

Russia, St Petersburg. Main entrance to the Saint Hermitage Museum or Winter Palace

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Church of the Resurrection (Church on Spilled Blood), St

Church of the Resurrection (Church on Spilled Blood), St. Petersburg, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Red Square, St. Basils Cathedral, Lenins Tomb and walls of the Kremlin, UNESCO

Red Square, St. Basils Cathedral, Lenins Tomb and walls of the Kremlin, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Russian Revolution 1905 - 1906

Russian Revolution 1905 - 1906, The last of the riots in Moscow: Soldiers firing on rioters who had taken refuge in the Prokhorof factory, Presnenskaia District

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Russia, St. Petersburg, The Great Cascade, Peterhof Palace

Russia, St. Petersburg, The Great Cascade, Peterhof Palace

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Sherdar Madrasah at the Registan Square in Samarkand, 1869-1870. Artist: Vereshchagin

The Sherdar Madrasah at the Registan Square in Samarkand, 1869-1870. Artist: Vereshchagin
The Sherdar Madrasah at the Registan Square in Samarkand, 1869-1870. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Europe, Russia, St. Petersburg. Church of the Spilled Blood Domes

Europe, Russia, St. Petersburg. Church of the Spilled Blood Domes

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Church on the Spilled Blood, UNESCO World Heritage Site, St. Petersburg, Russia

The Church on the Spilled Blood, UNESCO World Heritage Site, St. Petersburg, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: St. Basils Cathedral on Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Russia, Europe

St. Basils Cathedral on Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Interior of metro station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Interior of metro station, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Cathedral of the Assumption in winter snow, Trinity Monastery of St

Cathedral of the Assumption in winter snow, Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius, Sergiev Posad, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow area, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Wooden architecture, Tomsk, Tomsk Federation, Siberia, Russia, Eurasia

Wooden architecture, Tomsk, Tomsk Federation, Siberia, Russia, Eurasia

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Stalinist State University building, one of Seven Sisters which are seven Stalinist skyscrapers

The Stalinist State University building, one of Seven Sisters which are seven Stalinist skyscrapers, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Stalin era building at Kotelnicheskaya embankment, one of the Seven Sisters which are seven

Stalin era building at Kotelnicheskaya embankment, one of the Seven Sisters which are seven Stalinist skyscrapers, Moscow, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Church on Spilled Blood (Church of the Resurrection)

Church on Spilled Blood (Church of the Resurrection), UNESCO World Heritage Site, St. Petersburg, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Christ at the Garden of Gethsemane. Artist: Kuindzhi, Arkhip Ivanovich (1842-1910)

Christ at the Garden of Gethsemane. Artist: Kuindzhi, Arkhip Ivanovich (1842-1910)
Christ at the Garden of Gethsemane. Found in the collection of the Museum of Architecture and Art, Alupka

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Russia, St Petersburg, Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin)

Russia, St Petersburg, Tsarskoye Selo (Pushkin). Fyodorovsky Cathedral. This was the favourite church of Tsar Nicholas II and his family while being held at the Alexander Palace

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Russia, Moscow, painting of Lenin in front of Kremlin

Russia, Moscow, painting of Lenin in front of Kremlin
Isaak Izrailevich Brodsky (1884-1939), Lenin (1870-1924) in front of the Kremlin, 1924

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg, Russia

The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg, Russia
The Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood was built on the site where Emperor Alexander II was fatally wounded in March 1881. The church was built between 1883 and 1907

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Red Square in Moscow at night

Red Square in Moscow at night
The buildings located on the Red Square: Kremlin wall (at left) and Saint Basils Cathedral (at right), Moscow, Russia. UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Atlantes portico, Winter Palace, State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

The Atlantes portico, Winter Palace, State Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: A view towards the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Saint Petersburg, Russia

A view towards the Church of the Savior on Spilled Blood, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Saint John the Forerunner with Saint John Climacus and Saint Theodore Stratelates, after 1571

Saint John the Forerunner with Saint John Climacus and Saint Theodore Stratelates, after 1571. Found in the Collection of State Open-air Museum of History, Architecture and Art, Pskov

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Palace of the Soviets, 1944

The Palace of the Soviets, 1944. Found in the collection of State Scientific A. Shchusev Research Museum of Architecture, Moscow

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Holy Trinity, 15th century. Artist: Russian icon

The Holy Trinity, 15th century. Artist: Russian icon
The Holy Trinity, 15th century. Found in the collection of the State Open-air Museum of History and Architecture Novgorodian Kremlin, Novgorod

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Siege of the Trinity Sergius Lavra in Sergiev Posad, 1891. Artist: Vasily Vereshchagin

The Siege of the Trinity Sergius Lavra in Sergiev Posad, 1891. Artist: Vasily Vereshchagin
The Siege of the Trinity Sergius Lavra in Sergiev Posad, 1891. The Trinity Lavra of St Sergius was founded in Sergiyev Posad (Zagorsk), Russia, in 1345 by St Sergius of Radonezh

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: View towards Church of our Saviour on the spilled blood, Saint Petersburg, Russia

View towards Church of our Saviour on the spilled blood, Saint Petersburg, Russia

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Chesme Church in winter at Saint Petersburg Russia

Chesme Church in winter at Saint Petersburg Russia
The Chesme Church is a small Russian Orthodox church which located at 12 Lensoveta Street, in Saint Petersburg, Russia and was built in 1780

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The house of architect konstantin melnikov, in 10 krivoarbatsky pereulok

The house of architect konstantin melnikov, in 10 krivoarbatsky pereulok, which he designed in the late 1920s, moscow, ussr

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Cathedral Savior on the Spilled Blood (Khram Spasa na Krovi) as seen through the gates of

Cathedral Savior on the Spilled Blood (Khram Spasa na Krovi) as seen through the gates of the Mikhailovsky Garden (Mikhailovsky Sad), Saint Petersburg, Russia

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: World War II ruins in the centre of Berlin

World War II ruins in the centre of Berlin
World War II vintage photograph - ruins in the centre of Berlin, dust cloud from collapsing wall

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The Winter Palace (coloured engraving)

The Winter Palace (coloured engraving)
960271 The Winter Palace (coloured engraving) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Winter Palace, residence of the Emperor of Russia in St Petersburg)

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The sun sets over domes of the Andreevsky Monastery and the main building of the

The sun sets over domes of the Andreevsky Monastery and the main building of the Lomonosov Moscow State University in Moscow, Russia January 10, 2018. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Exterior of St. Basils Cathedral, Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow

Exterior of St. Basils Cathedral, Red Square, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Moscow, Moscow Oblast, Russia, Europe

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: Winter Palace and Alexander Column reflecting on a pond after the rain in Palace Square

Winter Palace and Alexander Column reflecting on a pond after the rain in Palace Square at dawn. Saint Petersburg, Russia

Background imageRussian Architecture Collection: The sitting room in the Manor House Rozhdestveno, 1916. Artist: Zhukovsky

The sitting room in the Manor House Rozhdestveno, 1916. Artist: Zhukovsky, Stanislav Yulianovich (1873-1944)
The sitting room in the Manor House Rozhdestveno, 1916. Found in the collection of the National Art Museum of Belorussian Republik, Minsk



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Russian Architecture Collection

Russian architecture is a style of architecture that has evolved over the centuries, and is characterized by its use of traditional materials such as wood and stone, as well as its distinctive designs and shapes. Russian architecture has been influenced by many different cultures, including Byzantine, Baroque, Neoclassical and Constructivist styles. The most popular style in Russia today is the Neo-Russian style which combines elements from all these different styles to create a unique look. This style often features bright colors and intricate patterns, along with large domes and towers that are typical of Russian churches. Other popular styles include Art Nouveau, Modernism and Postmodernism which have all had an influence on modern Russian architecture.
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