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What to See In Moscow

By on December 20, 2017 in Kamexplore

Moscow is a capital city in Russia with a lively atmosphere. The Russian state is full of lots of attractions and places to see and visit. The city of Moscow is a mixture of contemporary and historical sites; it offers tourist lots of adventures and choices. From the Kremlin to the Red Square to the tours in the outskirts of the city, there is undoubtedly something for everyone. You can engage in cultural activities in the capital of theatre and music or be thrilled merely by the enchanting, beautiful surroundings of Moscow. Here are some of the fascinating places where you can get some fun and adventures the next time you are in Moscow.


The Moscow Kremlin is one of the ancient parts of the city, and it signifies the whole of Russia. It is both the centre of the Russian state, and it also serves as a cultural sight. The Kremlin is vast in history. In 1990, the Red Square and the Kremlin included in the list of UNESCO common heritage.  There are several tours throughout the complex such as the Patriarch’s chambers, Cathedral of the Assumption, Armory Chamber, Cathedral of the Archangel, Ivan the Great Bell Ensemble, Sobornaya square and a collection of Archaeology Moscow. The Kremlin opens from Friday to Wednesday.


The Red Square Moscow is the most famous and largest square in Russia. It has a magical attraction for all visitors of Moscow. Most people think that the name associated with Communism or the Soviet Russia, but it means the beautiful Square. Standing in the Red Square, you can overlook the most significant buildings in the country capital; GUM department store, the Kremlin, the State History Museum, Lenin’s Mausoleum and also the St Basil’s Cathedral. The domes bloom like showy stone flower grown by the architects of the 16th century. All the main streets radiate from this centre, and it’s a symbolic centre of all Russia. The Red Square has maintained it exciting features for the last 100 years. Visitors and tourist still visit the square to appreciate its beautiful masterpiece architecture. The Red Square is a must-see on your next visit to Moscow.


The famous St. Basil’s Cathedral situated on the opposite end of the Voskresensky Gate of the Red Square. It was built by the rule of Tsar Ivan IV in honour of conquest of the Kazan Khanate. History has it that when Tsar saw the cathedral, he sentences the architects to be blinded so that the beautiful building will not be built anywhere else. Though the famous name is St. Basil’s, the building is officially called The Cathedral of the Intercession of the Virgin by the Moat. Another name is Basil the Blessed.  The Cathedral used as a museum. During the renovation work in the seventies, a spiral staircase discovered within one of the walls. Visitors now take this route to get to the central church with its extraordinary soaring tented roof and the beautiful 16th-century iconostasis.

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