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Golden domes, huge open spaces, majestic palaces and churches…Moscow will undoubtedly make you stop and stare in awe.
The Red Square and St Basil’s Cathedral
The Red square is a huge cobbled space in the heart of Moscow and home to city’s numerous top attractions. It used to be the place of public gatherings, festivals, government announcements and market.
St Basil’s Cathedral is the most iconic building, representing both Moscow and Russia to the rest of the world with its characteristic colorful onion-shaped domes. It was commissioned by Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible after winning a battle with Tartar Mongols in Kazan in 1552. The legend has it that he was so overwhelmed by the church’s beauty he had the architect blinded to prevent him from creating a rival.
The Kremlin is located in the heart of Moscow, atop the Borovitsky Hill above the Moskva River. It is a fortress, surrounded by a thick red wall with 20 towers. The complex features golden-domed cathedrals, ancient palaces, museums, residences, offices, halls and monuments. It is the oldest part of Moscow, dating to 1147, when the city was founded.
The Kremlin, now a UNESCO World Heritage site, has been the stronghold of Russian political power ever since the Tsarist rule.
Bolshoi Opera and Ballet Theatre
The Bolshoi is Moscow’s oldest and most famous theatre, dating from 1824.
Its opera and ballet companies in residence are renowned around the world.
The building itself is a neoclassicist masterpiece. The entrance is adorned with eight pillars topped with the statue of god Apollo on a horse-drawn chariot.
The interior is richly decorated with red velvet, gold and magnificent chandeliers. Its Auditorium is the largest in the world.