Rumor has it that chocolate kisses were created by an expatriate Russian who missed the onion domes of his homeland.
Cathedral of the Assumption, the Kremlin, Moscow
The Church of St. Nicholas of the Weavers, one of 42 churches in Moscow where religion was permitted to be practiced during the Communist era.
At Czarkoye Selo (the Czar's palace) is the Church of Catherine's Palace. This is not named after Catherine II (the Great) but for the wife of Peter the Great, Catherine I.
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