My favorite Church in Kazan I pass this church almost every day. It just happens to be on the way downtown. I will be posting more of this church in the future. Love the colors, the domes, the architecture is just beautiful.
Mosque Downtown Kazan Thought it would be fun to show some of the Mosques and Churches of Kazan, It’s amazing how different each one of them are from each other. I don’t know the names of them right now, but as I find them I will update each post, Enjoy.
The Leaning Suyumbike Tower Suyumbike Tower is one of Kazan‘s most recognized buildings, it is an ancient structure that is shrouded in mystery and intrigue. In one Tatar legend I read about how Ivan IV made a proposal to Suyumbike through his Ambassadors to be his wife. It was because Suyumbike refused, the Russian Tsar became … More The Leaning Suyumbike Tower
This is a reconstructed mill with in the Museum of Bread complex. The structures themselves reminded me of cabins that are built in different parts of the States.
Inside the Uspenskaya Church there was a collection of Tea Servers. We love our tea here in Russia.
During my adventures through the city I cam upon this gate, the segmenting that it created shouted to me “here I am” catch me. So I did.
Two Babushkas selling their vegetables from their gardens.
He sat among the rest of the vendors with his flowers, they where all he had to sell, he sat not with a cup in his hand but with love on a stem. Each passerby would look but none would partake, his eyes deceived him, his sadness was revealed. Is love deserved even when it’s … More Kazan, Russia
So at our Dacha, just outside the door the beautiful little flowers sprung up. I think they are just a weed but even weeds can be beautiful.
Just around the corner and down the street we have an open market. I remember watching movies where people would be walking through an open market and would be dreaming about doing this myself. Well it’s no longer a dream but reality.