This is just a postcard entry.
Moscow's Kremlin, a red fortress in the heart of Moscow, covers an area of almost 70 acres in size. The compound has 4 cathedrals and 5 palaces, some of which have been turned into a museum. A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Kremlin was built in late 15th century although it has been reported that the site itself has been continuously inhabited since the 2nd century BC.
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So interesting & unique.ReplyDelete
I was in Moscow earlier this year. I really enjoyed the city and of course the Kremlin. Lots to see behind the wall. :)ReplyDelete
That's true. There are a lot of things to see behind the wall, I'm not sure one day inside the Kremlin is enough! :)Delete