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Kolomna Kremlin

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Address: Lazhechnikova st., 5, Kolomna 140400, Russia
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Will come back again - in Spring!

The Kolomna Kremlin is a lovely place and even the weather (windy, snowy, rainy) could not really spoil our trip. The museum are all restored, exhibitions work and attract a great... read more

Reviewed February 25, 2017
Angelina D
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Cologne, Germany
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Cologne, Germany
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Reviewed February 25, 2017 via mobile

The Kolomna Kremlin is a lovely place and even the weather (windy, snowy, rainy) could not really spoil our trip. The museum are all restored, exhibitions work and attract a great deal of tourists. Worth a visit - just go there when the weather is sunny and dry:)

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Montreal
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Reviewed February 16, 2017

Due to it location at the South-East of Moscow, Kolomna wasn't destroyed during Nazi invasion. It was no bomb shelling and street fights there. Thanks to it, we are able to see old Russian town in a way it should be. Charming and beautiful. Great views. 70 years of communist ruling wasn't as destructive as Second World War, but it... More 

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Thank Strnnik93
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Reviewed August 11, 2016 via mobile

This is the old part of my native town. At weekends it is quite crowded with people with their children. I advise it for families only in cool weather and during the week. This is a good opportunity to get inside an ancient building and feel the atmosphere of middle ages. Also you can shoot from an arch and see... More 

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Thank Dasha S
Zurich, Switzerland
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124 reviews
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Reviewed October 18, 2015

I heard a lot about Kolomna and finally I had a chance to visit this town. It is a town from a fairytale. The best russian town I've ever visited. We had a very good english-speaking guide Sophie. She is very intelligent, devoted to her town and her job and very modest. It takes just two hours to get there... More 

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Reviewed April 12, 2015

I like the buildings which is just bye the riverThere are castles, churches and old buildings.You can get there by bus or taxi.On the other hand you go there from city by railway whose station is a little far away fromthe place. If you go to Kolomna you should see that place certainly.

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Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed June 13, 2014

Lovely enclosed (walled) complex, with restored churches, monestary grounds, 19th c. homes. The main cathedral is one of the finest in the region, iconostasis is carefully renovated and maintained. View of the Moscow river is spectacular. The main open square in front of the cathedral sometimes has a stage for special concerts. Open air crafts and children's activities during high... More 

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Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed May 6, 2014

Very nice, old russian style area in Kolomna, with group of churches and old historical buildings, houses, museums (Pastila, Kalachnaya) It's very pleasant to walk around and just catch this feeling of that times. Is better to come earlier when not so many people there. And if you would like to visit any museums there you must book it in... More 

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Moscow, Russia
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26 reviews
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Reviewed April 19, 2014

Kolomna is an ancient town. Founded 1177. Kremlin is great. Great views. A lot of ancient buildings. The old part of the town with a lot of old buildings.

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Thank leolitvinenko
Moscow, Russia
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Reviewed March 6, 2014

I was anticipated to see something like in kreml, but in fact i just saw a wall, yes just a peace of wall.

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Thank Long H
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Reviewed September 14, 2013

This is a rare example of a successful Russian historic preservation exercise. Highly recommend visiting.

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