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The Moscow Kremlin is considered one of the most important tourist attractions in the Russian city of Moscow, and it is a huge complex of ancient buildings, the most important of which are: the Kaiser Palace, the Kaiser Tower, the Cathedral Square, and the Amory Museum, which displays many of the precious treasures within it. To the royal family, such as: royal clothes with silver threads, gold-drawn tractors.
The Red Square is located opposite the Moscow Kremlin, and it was previously a commercial center, and a place where merchants sell their goods, and today it represents the heart of the city of Moscow. Lenin, and is considered a destination for a large number of tourists to enjoy its scenery, and wonderful atmosphere.
The exhibition of Tretyakov includes the most important group of Russian art; it contains within it many pieces, and artworks belonging to Russian artists, such as: Chagal, Friel, Kandinsky, Ribin, and others.
Izmaylovo Market (English: Izmaylovo Market) is a lively popular market that includes large numbers of stores for the sale of various Russian products, such as: souvenirs, jewelry, local traditional crafts, antiques, antiques, and many others.
The Basilica of St. Basil
St. Basil’s Cathedral is an ancient church that was built during the 16th century AD by order of Tsar Ivan the Terrible, and it is distinguished by its amazing architecture. Colorful domes appear in the shape of an onion or flame.
Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts
The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts includes wonderful, varied collections of European artwork, including works dating back to the italyn Renaissance, the Dutch Golden Age, ancient civilizations, as well as artwork donated by ordinary people.
The Cathedral of Christ the Savior
The Cathedral of Christ the Savior was built in the year one thousand nine hundred and ninety-seven, and it is distinguished by its magnificent architectural design, its luxury, the sheer size, and the bright circular domes.