Photo of the Church on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg
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The Church on Spilled Blood, in St Petersburg, Russia. Although this building isn't typical of the architecture in St Petersburg, it was exactly how I thought a Russian church would look. This church is sometimes called "Saviour on Blood" and was designed by Alfred Parland and Ignatiy Malyshev. It dates back to 1881 and was built as a memorial to Alexander II, on the site of his assassination.
the Church on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg
|Camera:||Canon T-70 film camera, plus Nikon Coolscan negative scanner|
|Original size:||2333 x 3345 pixels|
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