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When the Russians defeated Spain, the entire soccer world, including the news media, shouted as one from under the onion domes: Oh, what a Cinderella story.
With the colorful onion domes of St. Basil's Church and the imposing red brick walls of the Kremlin behind him, Nemtsov died on the bridge minutes after his assassin's car sped off.
This piece includes a collection of dramatic landscaped mounds that will provide stunning views overlooking Clark Fields, the ArcelorMittal steel plant and the onion domes of St. Theodosius Russian Orthodox Cathedral.
The local church, with its onion dome, sits next to the school.
The groups protesting included the Czar’s Cross and Forty Forties, the latter a reference to the prominence of religion and the abundance of church onion domes in medieval Moscow (there were said to be 1,600 of them, 40 times 40).
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