The Kremlin Museum

The Moscow Kremlin Museum (English: Moscow Kremlin), which is one of the most important landmarks of the Russian city of Moscow, includes many archaeological, historical, artistic and cultural pieces, numbering more than 60,000 artifacts dating back to the period extending from the third millennium BC to the The modern era, and among these pieces: the clothes of the tsars, the gifts of leaders, international ambassadors, silver and gold utensils made by Russian craftsmen, and other pieces, and some of the main monuments in the museum date back to the Middle Russian times, and the modern era as well, and although Although its name is similar to the name of the (Moscow Kremlin complex), which is the official residence of the ruler of Russia, but it does not consider itself, but rather it is part of the whole complex.[1]

Moscow University

Moscow State University (in English: Moscow State University) is a huge home for Russian science, and it is one of the most important landmarks of the city of Moscow; It is home to many of the country’s most prestigious universities, and is one of a series of skyscrapers that feature Stalin’s imperial neo-Gothic architecture. It should be noted that this huge building revolves around its construction, many legends, and stories, but what is certain is that it is a wonderful edifice that ranked first among the tallest buildings in Europe for many decades.[2]

This building, which construction began in 1949, with a height of 240 meters, contains more than 5,000 rooms and 36 floors, in addition to corridors of 35 km in length. And geography, in addition to a museum, a concert hall, a theater, a police station, a swimming pool, a library, shops, ATMs, and other attractions.[2]

Saint Basil’s Cathedral

The Church of St. Basil’s (English: St Basil’s Cathedral), which is located in the Kremlin complex, specifically near the Red Square (at the southern end of it) is one of the most important landmarks and tourist places in Moscow, Russia; It is distinguished by the blending of colors and shapes in a unique style of Russian architecture. It should be noted that the establishment of this church; To be a symbol of Russia was in the period between (1555-1561) AD.[3]

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  1. ↑ “Moscow Kremlin”, www.visitacity.com, Retrieved 20-4-2019. Edited.
  2. ^ a b “Moscow State University”, www.atlasobscura.com, Retrieved 20-4-2019. Edited.
  3. ↑ “St Basil’s Cathedral”, www.lonelyplanet.com, Retrieved 20-4-2019. Edited.

Moscow’s most important tourist attractions

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