Kremlin and Red Square

The heart of Russia’s capital, Red Square is also considered to be the heart of Russia’s history.

Forming the very center of the capital of the country, Red Square, and Kremlin are intimately connected with the most considerable historical and political events in Russia. For many, Red Square and the Kremlin are highly filled with historical and cultural symbolism.

Kremlin and Red Square. Moscow Kremlin and St. Basil's Cathedral
Moscow Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral

Built between the 14th and 17th centuries, Kremlin was a focal point in the in the history of Russia. It became an actual center of political power in the Soviet Union and it still remains the official residence of the president of the Russian Federation.
Red Square is officially considered as one of the 3 UNESCO World Heritage List objects in Moscow. Telling the unique history of Russia and the former Soviet Union, Red Square and Kremlin are the essential sites to see for any tourist visiting Moscow.

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