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Moscow Kremlin, a city between walls

15 January, 2013 0 Comments
Moscow Kremlin, a city between walls

The Moscow Kremlin is composed of religious and civil buildings that are surrounded by a wall and is located in the centre of the city, near the Moskva river and the Red Square. The origins of the Moscow Kremlin dating back to the twelfth century, when the territory known today as Moscow was inhabited by […]

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The Red Square, the heart of Moscow

25 September, 2012 0 Comments
The Red Square, the heart of Moscow

Despite being one of the most famous places in Moscow, the origins of the Red Square are lost in time. It is possible that the construction of this square aspire to more strategic and defensive purposes that the simple fact to provide a place to citizens and merchants, but we cannot be absolutely sure. The only […]

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