When you are in the train on Trans-Siberian Railway, I recommend you to stop over in some cities on the way; at least one night. I stopped in Moscow, Yekaterinburg, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude and Lake Baikal.
Moscow. Red Square with Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Kremlin and typical Lada car.
Moscow. Celebration of The End of WWII.
Moscow. Churches inside Kremlin.
Yekaterinburg. Lake in the centre.
Yekaterinburg. The Church on the Blood (left), where the last Tsar of Russia and his family were killed.
Irkutsk. Lenin square with Lenin statue.
Ulan-Ude. The biggest Lenin head statue on the World.
Ulan-Ude. Fixing Lada car.
Ulan-Ude. Panel flat house. Typical socialistic architecture. The same in whole Russia, Eastern Europe and Mongolia.
=== Knaper ===