File:Onion domes of Cathedral of the Annunciation.JPG
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English: Onion domes of Cathedral of the Annunciation, Moscow Kremlin, Russia. Built between 1484-1489.
Français: Dômes en bulbe de la cathédrale de l'Annonciation, dans le Kremlin de Moscou, en Russie. La cathédrale a été édifiée entre 1484 et 1489.
Српски / srpski: Торњеви Благовјештанске саборне цркве (1484-89).
|Date||29 April 2009|
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