The “Hall of Glory” featured in full state grander with thousands upon thousands of names etched into the circular wall. The names commemorate every Russian soldier who laid down their lives to hold back and eventually defeat the Nazi Germany advance. This room was just so large that my 16mm lens was perceptively incapable of photographing it – actually the scale of everything in Moscow is just off the charts in a really neat way. This picture was taken with me lying on my back and doing a crunchy. The lighting in this room was just so very nice too…it will surely be a museum room that I’ll always remember!
World War II depictions from “The Great Homeland War” between Nazi Germany and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Quite honestly some of the most impressive war-history-art exhibits I have ever seen. My photographs really don’t give it justice, so I would definitely recommend this museum as a “must see in person”!