Reconstruction: White Moscow Kremlin and Red Square in 1800

An incredible visualisation of Moscow Kremlin and Red Square as of 1800-1805 was appeared in the Russian internet. The digital reconstruction is based on old pictures of different artists of that time. The original Kremlin was actually white, then it was recoloured in red in 1948 by order of Soviet government. But now we have a chance to look at original version of old Moscow Kremlin.

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Do you have 3D anaglyph glasses? Here, you can look at amazing 3D pictures of the white Kremlin

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If you liked it, you may also see Great photos of old Moscow

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