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Russia, Moscow, Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral : Stock Photo
The Cathedral of St. Basil's was built (1555-1560) by Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) as celebration of the victory over the Tartars of Kazan. It was built in the Russo-Byzantine style and has nine domes.

Russia, Moscow, Red Square, St. Basil's Cathedral

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Will & Deni McIntyre
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The Cathedral of St. Basil's was built (1555-1560) by Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible) as celebration of the victory over the Tartars of Kazan. It was built in the Russo-Byzantine style and has nine domes.
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