Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Russian Church

Something different for today. I keep writing about the diversity of Brussels, but rarely photograph it. Here an example: the Russian Orthodox Church in Uccle.

In a Novgorod style, the church was built by Russian Revolution refugees between 1936 and 1939 in memory of Tsar Nicolas II. Notice the wonderful roof details.

2 comments:

kalyan said...

Well captured shot!

Anonymous said...

hello,

it's nice there is another blog on brussel. i am admin from http://brusselsdailyphoto.blogspot.com/

i just came to brussel in february, i am an erasmus student. and what about you? where are you from?

maybe we'll meet once.

best