Poster Moscow | Lotza - Travel posters

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Poster Moscow


This poster by illustrator Lotza depicts Moscow, the capital of Russia. The centerpiece is Red Square, one of Moscow’s most famous symbols. At the end of the square stands the majestic Basil the Blessed Cathedral, one of the most iconic buildings in Moscow with its colorful domes and unique architecture.

The history of Moscow is rich and fascinating. Founded in the 12th century, the city has played an important role in Russian history, especially during the period of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union. Red Square was once a bustling market where people came to buy and sell goods. Today it is a gathering place for national celebrations, festivals and military parades.

The Basil the Blessed Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Virgin on the Ditch, is a unique architectural masterpiece. Built in the 16th century, it is famous for its bulbous domes and colorful and intricate patterns. According to legend, Tsar Ivan the Terrible ordered the construction of the cathedral after being amazed by its beauty. Today, it is one of the most famous monuments in Moscow and a symbol of the richness and grandeur of Russian history. This illustration by Lotza will perfectly capture the essence of Moscow and Basil the Blessed Cathedral for all travel and art lovers.

The illustration is available in 2 poster sizes: 11.8×15.7in and 19.7×27.5in.

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Each poster is shipped in a cardboard tube, rolled up and protected by bubble wrap.
The frame is not included in the order.

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11.8x15.7in format
Weight : 736.5in
Mat coated paper

19.7x27.5in format
Weight : 652.8in
Mat coated paper

This poster is an original work by Lotza and is printed in Charente, France.

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11.81×15.75inches, 19.69×27.56inches



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