St. Basil's Basilica

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St. Basil's Basilica

The St. Basil's Basilica is a Cathedral constructed on the Red Square in Moscow by Tsar Ivan IV.

The church was designed by two Russian architects, Posnik and Barma (who may in fact have been one person). According to popular legend, however, it was built by an Italian architect who was blinded so that he could never create anything that was similar or equal.[1]

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