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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

U is for Uglich, Russia on ABC Wednesday


On the way to Uglich aboard the Viking Surkov.



Photos by Kay Davies and Richard Schear on our August 2011 visit to the city of Uglich, Russia,
during our Waterways of the Czars cruise with Viking River Cruises.

Posted for ABC Wednesday
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17 comments:

Gigi Ann said...

As always you share such lovely and Unique pictures of your trips from around the world. I always enjoy viewing them from My Little Corner of the World.

anthonynorth said...

They're interesting buildings.

Roger Owen Green said...

looks very...UTILITARIAN.

ROG, ABC Wednesday team

photowannabe said...

That must have been a fascinating trip. I love seeing the cities that are off the more beaten paths.

Leslie: said...

Beautiful photos! I might make it to Russia one day - who knows? Have the ultimate week, Kay.

Leslie
abcw team

Kay said...

I'd love to have seen and heard that glass musician. What fun!

diane b said...

I would love to do that trip. We love river cruising.

Kim, USA said...

You really make me feel I also toured Russia. Thanks for sharing the photos with us. ^_^

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kaykuala said...

Beautiful photos Kay! Apparently it was a sea-faring holiday. There were lots of water scenes and these conveyed serenity and calmness.

Hank

Gattina said...

Very interesting buildings !

chubskulit said...

Russia looks like a wonderful place to visit.

Mara said...

For some reason that hotel reminds me of the Chateau Lake Louise, even though it looks to be a lot smaller.
And what is that man doing with those glasses?

Friko said...

strange place, far simpler than I think of Russian buildings.

Berowne said...

Ochen horosho!

Joy said...

Oh are they lock gates in the first photo, what a treat to come through them on a boat. Sounds a great trip.

Tammy said...

Your photos are my vacation. Thanks for taking us there! :)

jabblog said...

Huge riverside buildings - they look like palaces!