England, November-December 2022



Holland park

Japanese Garden

Royal Albert Hall

Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall, 25 Nov 2022

The Albert Memorial

Hyde Park

Victoria and Albert Museum

Beatrix Potter Exhibition “Drawn to Nature”

Lecicester Square Christmas Market

Abbey Road Studios

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Seven Dials

Covent Garden

International Gospel Choir performing in front of the Wonder Wood

Tower Bridge

Tower of London

Leadenhall Market

Chelsea Physic Garden

Battersea Park and surroundings

Sloane Square

Battersea Power Station

Big Ben and Westminster Abbey

St. James Park

Trafalgar Square

Hampstead Heath

Portobello Market

Christmas lights of Oxford and Regent’s streets

Carnaby Street

London pubs

Picturehouse, Piccadilly Circus

Brighton and Hove


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! 🙂


Moscow autumn colors 2022


Moscow Botanical Garden

The Tsytsin Main Moscow Botanical Garden was founded in April 1945, and claims itself to be the largest botanical garden in Europe. It covers a territory of approximately 3.61 km² and contains a live exhibition of more than twenty thousand different species of plants coming from various parts of the world. 


Japanese Garden

Moscow Botanical Garden

Храм-часовня Святителя Василия Великого

VDNKH Exhibition Center


Tsaritsyno is a palace museum and park reserve in the south of Moscow which includes an architectural complex of Greenhouses, historical landscaped park with ponds. It was founded in 1776 by the order of Catherine the Great and built by two great architects Vasiliy Bazhenov and Matvey Kazakov.

The Church of the Icon of the Mother of God (Храм Иконы Божьей Матери) was built in 1722 and is the part of Tsaritsyno Palace and park ensemble.

Archangel Michael’s Church

This church is the oldest surviving building on the Arkhangelskoe estate dating from the mid-17th century.

Arkhangelskoe museum-estate

Ryazan region


Moscow Botanical Garden

Ostankino TeleTower


Abramtsevo Museum Reserve is one of the most famous art museums in Russia. The history of Abramtsevo is associated with the names of artists Segey Aksak