the towers and walls are really thick and tall, it really looks like a castle, nothing else to say you have to go and see
A good few hours required for this especially if you also include the armoury. Tickets are confusing, we didn't have access to certain attractions (bell tower). So make sure you get the right ticket. The armoury was excellent, DO get the free audio guide it makes all the difference.
This is not a grim symbol of the Soviet Communist homeland. It is a full European architectural memorial. It became very clean here and friendly – policemen are smiling .We did not met any single bear here (just kidding). Previously, we did not want to visit this place, but now will be happy to come here again. One can have... More
Nice place to walk around near the river or even at the garden; all power and meaning is always present on this magnific building.
I guess you gotta see it if you haven't already. Much more to see inside, so don't just look at the outside and think you've been there.
In contrast to the churches the towers are rather stark, tall, red brick, straight up and no curves. Just outside the walls we enjoyed walking through the gardens, in particular the memorial to the flalln o fthe second world war where Russian lost some 20 millio people. There is a changing of the guards, smart in their long dark coats... More
The architecture in Moscow is diverse and beautiful. We enjoyed walking around the Kremlin and seeing the difference between the towers. Very nice at night.
I really enjoyed my visits to the Kremlin - it is a fascinating place. There are two cathedrals and a museum, each of which is worth the entrance fee in its own right. But most of all, I really enjoyed being inside the Kremlin!
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