The Kremlin is supposedly the largest castle in the world, and the walls and the towers are nothing short of spectacular, with no two towers alike. Walk from the Red Square to the Alexander Gardens to see a few of them.
About Kremlin Walls and Towers
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Before visiting the Kremlin it is nice to have a walk around the outer walls and enjoy the different sort of Towers. They each have there own history.
If you are in Moscow then it is imperative you visit these walls and towers. Be prepared to walk a lot but it is worth it specially in cool weather.
Enclosing the world-famous complex of buildings at the heart of Moscow, Kremlin Walls and Towers remains arguably the most symbolic architectural structure in Russian history. Originally a simple wooden fence with a few guard towers, the red brick wall visible today dates back to the...More
Toured this not knowing what to expect. Beautiful grounds and buildings. Realizing you are walking around the grounds where the head of states travel is very cool.
The Kremlin Walls were built near the end of the 15th century during the time of Ivan III. Designed to be more than just a defensive structure by Italian architects Gilardi, Ruffo and Solari who were invited to Moscow and tasked with giving the wall...More
The Kremlin features a handful of attractive historical towers which are enjoyable to view during visits to the Kremlin. However, the Saviour's Tower is the one we found to be most beautiful and memorable. The Saviour's Tower is a red brick structure measuring around 70...More