Tour the Kremlin, the Cathedral, Basil, blessed
Before the start of the tour, a guide will come after you, with whom you will visit the Kremlin and St. Basil's Cathedral. You will walk along the walls of the Moscow Kremlin, see the Cathedral Square and other sights.
The Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed is located on Red Square, the cathedral was named after the Moscow fool-for-christ's-sake Vasily and is rightfully not only one of the main symbols of Moscow, but of all of Russia. The canonical name of the temple is the Cathedral of the Intercession of the Mother of God on the Moat. The church was built by Ivan the Terrible in honor of the capture of Kazan in October 1552. Despite the apparent randomness of the structure, the cathedral has a clear organizational structure. Nine churches stand on a single foundation. Eight of them symbolize the main victories of the Moscow troops in the war with the Kazan Khanate and lined up around the central ninth - church with a magnificent high tent. Inside this delightful cathedral, you will see nine icononstasas, with more than 400 icons from the 16th and 19th centuries, and its walls are decorated with beautiful paintings and frescoes.
The Kremlin in Russia has long been called the stone fortress, reliably protecting from enemies from the West and the East. But only the Moscow Kremlin acquired the status of a sacred symbol, personifying the power of a great country. Behind its red-brick walls there are government buildings and a gigantic museum complex where hundreds of thousands of artifacts are told, which tell about the history and culture of Russia.