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Kremlin also known as 'Russian citadels', it is a historic complex which is renowned for the 4 cathedrals, 5 palaces, the massive Kremlin wall and the Kremlin towers.
The location of the official residence of the Russian President and the former royal citadel, Red Square is a world-renowned landmark. This is the central square in the city, as all major streets and highways originate from the square.
A famous historic theatre, it is a venue which showcases brilliant performances of ballet and opera. Designed by a well-known architect, Joseph Bove, the theatre has been renovated several times during its history.
Housing some of the magnificent collections of Russian fine art, this art museum contains more than 130,000 exhibits. A place worth visiting, it is located in close proximity to the Kremlin.
A UNESCO declared World Heritage Site, it is located in Red Square. The vivid colours, decorated brickwork and early Russian architecture make it one of the major tourist hotspots in the country.
One of the most visited places in the city, visitors wait in lines and lines to see the resting place of Vladimir Lenin. Located in Red Square, the mausoleum is built from marble, porphyry, granite and labradorite.
There are over 6,000 animals of 1,000 species in an area of 53 acres. The zoo is also the home and the breeding ground to the endangered species. Moreover, the entrance to the zoo takes shape of a rock castle.
A museum dedicated to Russian history, it is extremely popular for the remarkable architecture and priceless exhibits. This is one of the most visited museums in the city for the history and intricate designs and style of the building.
A prominent landmark, historically important and architecturally beautiful, this is the tallest Orthodox Christian church in the world. Located next to the Kremlin, it is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the city.
famous amusement park in the city, it was opened to the public in 1928. The 15,000 sq meter ice-rink and the open-air cinema theatre are popular attractions at the park.