The Church of the Saviour on Spilled Blood, St Petersburg
Oil on Canvas : 21" x 21", 53cm x 53cm
Price, including frame: £390
This Moscow-style church with richly coloured onion domes is seen from the Field of Mars in the centre of St. Petersburg. It got its awkward name because it was built on the spot where Tsar Alexander II was murdered in 1881. It is commonly called the 'Church on Spilled Blood'. The modern citizens are no different from those in any European City!
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