Magical PHOTOS of Moscow’s Kremlin in SNOW!

Moscow has finally been covered by snow in early January, after nearly a month of “fake” winter (it usually starts snowing in October)! And official photographers of the capital’s Kremlin Museums caught the wondrous moment. And, yes, it’s just splendid! Take a look for yourself - there’s no need for words.

1. Cathedral of the Annunciation

2. Cathedral Square and Grand Kremlin Palace

3. Spasskaya Tower

4. Cathedral of the Archangel and Tsar Bell

5. Tsar Bell

6. Cathedral of the Archangel

7. Tsar Cannon 

8. Kremlin Senate, the Russian presidential administration

Read more: What’s inside the Moscow Kremlin? (PHOTOS)

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