You must have heard about trees with locks instead of leaves, though some of us certainly not. But it is not so important, because this post is for all of them. The first tree of love appeared on Luzhkovsky Bridge in April 2007, and for the past seven years the similar trees “have grown” here and in the near-by Bolotnaya embankment.
This population of trees of love made of metal is constantly being adorned by newly-married couples. And this new tradition becomes more and more popular among the young generation of muscovites.
Sretensky Monastery is a monastery in Moscow, Russia, founded by Grand Prince Vasily I in 1397. Originally located close to the present-day Red Square, it was moved in ... Подробнее...