Saint Nicholas Church at Bersenevka is located near the huge House on the Embankment. It’s hard to see it in summer due to the leaves. This morning I found myself near it and decided to take some photos. You can also find nearby a very beautiful building (ex Averky Kirrilov’s palace), that belongs to Russian Cultorology Institute now.
After widening the pavement at expense of the roadway, a lot of streets in Moscow centre became more beautiful. No more parked cars that were spoiling the view. No signboards are hiding the historical houses facades. Amount of advertisement reduced significantly. Wires were hidden under the ground. The old images of these streets are fading in my memory little by little. In a few years I’ll forget them completely.
So many people are walking here in rush hour, so I wanted the passers to be out of the picture during my photo survey really much.
Sandunovskie Baths (Sanduny) is a distinguished architectural monument. It’s very impressive, how detailed it is. The dome is striking and these small figures are very cool. Look, what I’ve caught into the lens.