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Moscow Kremlin


Moscow Kremlin is the oldest part of Moscow, the main social and political, historical centre of the capital, the official residence of the government of the Russian Federation. This unique cultural monument, which is located on Borovitsky Hill at the confluence of the Neglinnaya River and Moscow River, attracts not only tourists, but also inhabitants by its tremendous views.

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Moscow Kremlin
  • Moscow Kremlin
  • Moscow Kremlin
  • Moscow Kremlin
  • Moscow Kremlin
  • Moscow Kremlin


g  Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
g  55.752671,37.617652
м  Biblioteka Imeni Lenina
g  +7(495) 697-03-49, +7 (495) 697-46-11

g   2 ч.
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Find the detailed information about the prices and working hours on the web site of the museum: http://www.kreml.ru/en-Us/visit-to-kremlin/

Opening hours:

Fr. - Wed. - 10:00 a.m. - 05:00 p.m. Thu. - closed. To determine information on opening hours visit an official website.

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Nowadays guests can visit the famous Kremlin Armory, the Church of the Holy Apostles and discover the exposition of the ancient icons of the Royal icon-painters. In the halls of the Assumption belfry and the one-pillar Chamber it is possible to visit exhibitions, which are dedicated to the priceless relics from different epochs of Russian history.

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For its more than 8 century history the Kremlin was a wooden one, white stoned and got its famous image in the XV century thanks to the diligence of the architects from Italy. Tsar Ivan III described the plan of the fortress and constructions, which later formed the outer appearance of the old Kremlin: the Palace of the Facets, Assumption Cathedral, Annunciation Cathedral, Cathedral of the Archangel and approximately twenty sentry towers, which defend the city since that times. Until 1960s the Kremlin was residential, and only later was turned into a museum-reserve. It became a representation of the Dukes of Moscow only in XIII century and was opened to the public until Soviet times. Russian Emperors were not frequent visitors of the Kremlin, they preferred summer residences instead, that is why people could visit all Kremlin palaces. After the October revolution all the ministers were evicted from the Kremlin and the Ascension Convent and the Chudov Monastery were destroyed. The most popular inhabitants of the Kremlin in Soviet times were J. Stalin, L. Trotsky, A. Lunacharsky, F. Dzerzhinsky and many others.

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The museum complex of the Moscow Kremlin has a lot of educational and entertaining programs for children, which can acquaint little kids with the history of the city and interesting museum sciences.