I wanted to look at one more Moscow street after reconstruction: Bolshaya Nikitskaya, so I’ve visited it and some side streets of it. I like walking in weekend’s mornings: there are much less people and cars at that time. This is a part of the street from the Boulevard Ring to Kremlin.
Let’s start… The Small Ascension Church (1934).
Kalashny lane didn’t change.
A crossroad with Maly Kislovsky lane.
This is Bryusov lane.
There, on the other side of the Boulevard Ring you can see the Greater Church of the Ascension (1827), placed near Nikitskiye Vorota Square.
I’m a confirmed foot-passenger, so I like this changes very much. It became much more comfortable walking here
And I also liked a retro filter for the photos