pfs4172 SAINT PETERSBURG ‘Imperial Tombs’

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Tombstones marking the burial of Tsar Nicholas II and his family in St. Catherine's Chapel

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On September 28, 2006, 78 years after her death, Maria Feodorovna, Empress of Russia, was reinterred in the Cathedral of St Peter and Paul. Wife of Tsar Alexander III, and mother of Nicholas II (the last Russian tsar), Maria Feodorovna died on 13 October 1928 in exile in her native Denmark and was buried in Roskilde Cathedral in Denmark. In 2005, the governments of Denmark and Russia agreed that the empress’s remains should be returned to Saint Petersburg in accordance with her wish to be interred next to her husband”.
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pfs4173 SAINT PETERSBURG Tombstones of Tsar Nicholas II and his family

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Tombstones marking the burial of Tsar Nicholas II and his family in St. Catherine's Chapel

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Tombstones marking the burial of Tsar Nicholas II and his family in St. Catherine’s Chapel. Of the post-Petrine rulers, only Peter II and Ivan VI are not buried here. Peter II is buried in the Cathedral of Michael the Archangel in the Moscow Kremlin; Ivan VI was executed and buried in the fortress of Shlisselburg or Kholmogory (alleged discovery at Kholmogory in 2010 currently under forensic investigation).
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pfs4633 TRANS MONGOLIAN EXPRESS -Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery

Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery
Монголын Уран Зургийн Галерей

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‘Way and Horse Clatter’
Dagvadorj.S

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Mongolian National Modern Art Gallery, Монголын Уран Зургийн Галерей, art by:'Way and Horse Clatter' Dagvadorj.S
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pfs4799 TRANS SIBERIAN RAILROAD -Mongolia, ‘Leopard skin ger’

MUSEUM of the BOGD KHAAN, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia:
‘Ger for honoured or respected persons’
This ger was given to the 8th Bogd Javzandamba Khutagt on the occasion of his 25th birthday by the nobleman Khuvchin Janon Beis Sanligdorj of the Tsetsen Khan Province (present-day Khentii Province) in 1983.

leopard skin ger Museum of the Bogd Khan Ulaanbaatar Mongolia
Ger of 150 leopard skins, Museum of the Bogd Khaan, Ulaan Baatar, Mongolia

The Janon Beis’ Khoshuu (equivalent to today’s saum) was famous throughout the Khalkha for being beautiful in the landscape and as the richest. This ger was made by the best craftsmen of the Tsetsen Khan province and includes 5 walls and a total of 150 leopard skins. The leopard skins used for this ger are from leopards not only native to Mongolia but many other countries, which can be evidenced in the stitching of the skins.
This ger, with 5 walls and complete with many intricate engravings and silver ornamentation, was erected and used by the Bogd Khaan for 10 day cycle private meditations during clear days of no rain or snow.
The ger features an endless knot on the door, which symbolizes the bestowment of happiness and longevity in life for the ger’s owner. The ger’s four pillars depict dragons entwining them. The dragon, one of the ‘4 Dignities’ along with the Garuda, Snow Lion and Tiger, is meant to bestow the owner of the ger strength, eminence, bravery, patience, calm and protection. The smoke hole, as well as the door, also feature traditional Mongolian patterns and engravings.
text is from The Museum of the Bogd Khaan, Богд Хааны Ордон Музей

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pfs4825 CHINA ‘Tiananmen Square’, Beijing

“Tiananmen Square is the geographical centre of Beijing City. It is the largest city square in the world, occupying an area of 440,000 square meters (about 109 acres), and able to accommodate 1,000,000 people at one time.”

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