Vladimir Lenin


Tourists brave the snowstorm as they walk past a hardly seen huge... News PhotoBlizzard,Cathedral,City,Cold Temperature,Courage,Dome,Founder,Horizontal,Illustration,Illustration Technique,International Landmark,Large,Mausoleum,Moscow,Red Square,Russia,Setting,Snow,Temporary,Tourism,Tourist,Vladimir Lenin,Walking,Weather,WinterPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPTourists brave the snowstorm as they walk past a hardly seen huge temporary dome covering the mausoleum of Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin (R) at the Red Square in Moscow, late on March 24, 2013. A snowstorm swept into Moscow yesterday as the temperatures in the Russian capital reached today -8 C (16 F), but due to high humidity and wind, weather experts said it would feel more like - 16 C (2 F). The snowfall that started yesterday was expected to continue into today, deluging the city with 28 to 35 centimeters of snow, the city media reported. AFP PHOTO / IVAN NOVIKOV (Photo credit should read IVAN NOVIKOV/AFP/Getty Images)