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This dominate the Kremlin skyline. In the 1600 by orders of Tsar Boris Godunov, it was over and reached the height of 81 meters. In a devstating fire in 1700 the bell cracked and since then has remained near the belltower.
So... it's quite complicated to get a ticket: you need to be in the ticket office 45min before the tour start (there are info panels around in the ticket office) then you still need to get into the Kremlin passing through the scan, which can...More
Despite not getting a ticket to go inside, the fact that this tall structure can be appreciated from ground level is a bonus because there’s so much to do inside the walls of the Kremlin, we may not have found time to squeeze it in...More
This is the tallest and one of the mostimpressive structures on our visit from the ground but getting an entrance ticket on our day was impossible as (contrary to what we had been told) they had been booked out in advance. Back on the boat...More
This is another of the most impressive structures in the Cathedral Square. Getting a ticket to go inside and up the tower seems very challenging, however, and I was unsuccessful in my attempts. But still looks good even from the ground level.
According to the ticket office you can only buy a ticket for the next timed entrance and not further in advance, and tickets go on sale 45 minutes in advance of the start of a session. After 4 attempts to get a ticket I gave...More
This small yet important neighbourhood is full of state institutions and offices. To understand where modern Russia began, go to the Kremlin and State Historical Museum on Red Square. After satisfying your historical curiosities, indulge in modern pleasures at GUM Department Store - not just for the sake of shopping but for the sake of architectural pleasure as well.