Moscow Kremlin and Red Square
One of the most visited places in Moscow is the red tower of Kremlin adorned by stars. This historical and architectural ensemble is the residence of the President of Russia.
The famous Basilica Cathedral was built between 1555 and 1561 and originally had golden cathedrals and white-red walls. After a fire in the 18th century, the cathedral was given a new colorful paint.
The Moscow Metro was opened in 1935 and is one of the underground systems with the deepest tunnels in the world. Many stations are called underground palaces because of their impressive architecture.
The Zaryadye Park, which is located in the center of Moscow, was inaugurated in September 2017. The park features 5 pavilions, an underground museum, two amphitheaters and a concert hall.
The most important and best theatre for opera and ballet in Russia was built in 1825. The spectacular building is decorated with massive columns and the crystal chandelier in the main hall deserves special notice.
In this building, on Red Square, the body of the revolutionary leader Vladimir Lenin is laid out.
Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
The Russian Orthodox Church is unique in its scale and décor. Up to ten thousand people can attend during the main ceremonies.
VDNH - Exhibition Grounds "Exhibition of the Achievements of the National Economy" from Soviet Times
The exhibition of the achievements of the national economy was created in 1939, with thematic pavilions. Since 2005 it has been developed into a fairground. The central pavilion is particularly impressive.