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White Column of Kolomenskoye - Labels


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White Column of Kolomenskoye - Labels
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Style: Address Labels

Keep the hand cramps at bay with custom address labels! Our Signature Address Labels are perfect for mailing, labeling, and gift tagging. Add your photos, images, and text to add personal touch to your outgoing sendables. Our address labels are printed in full colour and are comparable to Avery® 6871 labels.

  • 18 labels per sheet
  • Dimensions:
    • Individual Label: 3.1 cm x 6 cm
    • Entire sheet: 21.6 cm x 28 cm
  • Inkjet compatible. Use Microsoft Word Template 6871
  • Matte finish, easy to write on
  • Designer Tip: To ensure the highest quality print, please note that this product’s customisable design area measures 3.17 cm x 6 cm. For best results please add 0.15 cm (.12") bleed
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White Column of Kolomenskoye - Labels
Custom labels featuring the top of the Church of the Ascension in Kolomenskoye, Moscow, Russia. Kolomenskoye village was first mentioned in the testament of Ivan Kalita (1339). As time went by, the village was developed as a favourite country estate of grand princes of Muscovy. The earliest extant structure is the exceptional Ascension church (1532), built in white stone to commemorate the long-awaited birth of an heir to the throne, the future Ivan the Terrible. Being the first stone church of tent-like variety, the uncanonical "White Column" (as it is sometimes referred to) marked a stunning rupture with the Byzantine tradition. [1] The church stands up towards the sky from a low cross-shaped podklet (ground floor), then follows a prolonged chetverik (octagonal body) of the church, and then an octagonal tent, crowned by a tiny dome. The narrow pilasters on the sides of the chetverik, the arrow-shaped window frames, the three tiers of the kokoshniks and the quiet rhythm of stair arcades and open galleries underline the dynamic tendency of this masterpiece of the Russian architecture. The whole vertical composition is believed to have been borrowed from hipped roof-style wooden churches of the Russian North. Recognising its outstanding value for humanity, UNESCO decided to inscribe the church on the World Heritage List in 1994. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kolomenskoye More products featuring the White Column of Kolomenskoye design: http://www.zazzle.com/sparklesofnow/kolomenskoye+gifts
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