This week's photohunt theme is free and it's open to multiple interpretations. I decided to go with the 'free' choice of subject where I could share whatever pictures I like from my photo archives.
For years it had been our dreams to visit the Red Square and we finally made it to Moscow not too long ago. One of the distinctive landmarks that amazes me is the colourful domes of St Basil's Cathedral. It looks fabulous in postcards and on TV but it's even more impressive up close.
The church’s design consists of nine small chapels and each chapel is topped with a unique onion dome featuring swirls, stripes pattern and lovely intricate texture.
While the exterior of the cathedral is breathtaking, the interior is equally impressive. Inside, you'll find narrow corridors, oil paint murals, fascinating artwork and galleries displaying holy relics. Some of the museum exhibits were closed when I was there, but you can still view them behind the velvet rope lines.
Below are some shots of the interior of the cathedral for your viewing pleasure: