The Novodevichy Convent and Cemetery in Moscow is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The grounds of the convent were very beautiful. The cemetery was unlike anything I have ever seen. I think I visited more grave sites on this trip than I have on any other trip outside the USA. Or ever for that matter.
I have a lot of pictures and can only show a few, so hard to choose.
Tsaritsa's Tower and the Gate Church of the Transfiguration
The Cathedral of the Virgin of Smolensk (rear) with the Chapel in the foreground
Iconostases in the Cathedral above and painted walls below
Palace of Irina Gudunova, sister of Boris Godunov
Gate Church of the Intercession
Domes of the Cathedral
Tomb of Raisa Gorbachev
Boris Yeltsin's Tomb - the sculpture is the Russian flag
Nikita Khrushchev - the black and white monument represents the contrasting sides of his personna
Shostakovich's Symphony No. 10 below. I had the pleasure of hearing this conducted by Valery Gergiev several years ago.
Tolkien Bonus: N is for the Nazgul, faceless riders on black horses, later creepy flying beings, nine in number, slaves of the nine rings and the go-fers of Sauron. The things of nightmares. Did I say 'creepy'?