Friday, March 04, 2005

Eastern Europe in Eastern China


St Sophia
Originally uploaded by billmcgonigle.
As mentioned, here is an example of the Eastern European architecture randomly found in Harbin. Pictured is St. Sophia's Church, of which my hotel had a view. I'm going to post more pictures online soon, I'll put a link up for them once I do.

If you couldn't tell, this is an Eastern Orthodox church. In the foreground is one of the many ice sculptures found all around town. Actually, many have now been destroyed in an effort to keep them from melting and then refreezing as ice on the streets. Not that it matters, the streets are already covered in ice.

2 Comments:

At 11:36 AM, Blogger lex said...

this blog sucks

 
At 4:32 PM, Blogger aereoperro said...

this is hardly proof you're in china. i need digits flonigle.

 

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