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Kolomna Kremlin

Lazhechnikova St., 5, Kolomna 140400, Russia
+7 901 526-94-49
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My native town

I lived first 17 years of my life here, in Kolomna. And during 3-4 years I played tennis at the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Ирина С
Open and airy

Convenient and interesting if you have some knowledge of history. Otherwise all you see are walls... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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“russian town” (2 reviews)
“wall” (4 reviews)
“churches” (4 reviews)
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Lazhechnikova St., 5, Kolomna 140400, Russia
+7 901 526-94-49
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I lived first 17 years of my life here, in Kolomna. And during 3-4 years I played tennis at the court exactly near the Kremlin wall. Thus, I could observe how it was being chanched recently: the administration of Kolomna protect our Kremlin more and...More

Thank Ирина С
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Convenient and interesting if you have some knowledge of history. Otherwise all you see are walls (partially taken down) and a few towers. Should this be accompanied by some story or historical review it may become interesting.

Thank 2-Wheyayeman-2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It took 3 hours to reach Kolomna by car from Moscow (130 km). You can also reach by train in about 2 hours in a half. The Kremlin is well conserved, a lot of towers an a small part of the wall. It is nice...More

Thank Ibero_15
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Must see in Kolomna. It is not only the wall, but also the various churches and the museum inside the kremlin.

Thank Alfred K
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

Not just the Kremlin, but some spots nearby are also interesting. Nice atmosphere. The main touristic spot in Kolomna.

Thank Tatiana S
Reviewed 25 February 2017 via mobile

The Kolomna Kremlin is a lovely place and even the weather (windy, snowy, rainy) could not really spoil our trip. The museum are all restored, exhibitions work and attract a great deal of tourists. Worth a visit - just go there when the weather is...More

Thank Angelina D
Reviewed 17 February 2017

Due to it location at the South-East of Moscow, Kolomna wasn't destroyed during Nazi invasion. It was no bomb shelling and street fights there. Thanks to it, we are able to see old Russian town in a way it should be. Charming and beautiful. Great...More

Thank Strnnik93
Reviewed 11 August 2016 via mobile

This is the old part of my native town. At weekends it is quite crowded with people with their children. I advise it for families only in cool weather and during the week. This is a good opportunity to get inside an ancient building and...More

Thank Dasha S
Reviewed 18 October 2015

I heard a lot about Kolomna and finally I had a chance to visit this town. It is a town from a fairytale. The best russian town I've ever visited. We had a very good english-speaking guide Sophie. She is very intelligent, devoted to her...More

3  Thank maria_krasa
Reviewed 13 April 2015

I like the buildings which is just bye the riverThere are castles, churches and old buildings.You can get there by bus or taxi.On the other hand you go there from city by railway whose station is a little far away fromthe place. If you go...More

1  Thank Özgür A
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