The Red Square in Moscow.. wow! I've always wanted to go to this place and when I finally did I made the best out of the experience. The whole atmosphere was just so inviting. The weather was good during that time of summer when I was there and seeing the cathedrals and the architecture behind the buildings blew my mind. They tell the history of Russia from one point to the next whereever I went. In the Red Square is the St. Basil's Cathedral, The Kremlin, The State Historical Museum among others. Many tourists from all across the world come in their numbers to share in the great historical memories among beautiful sights that this incredibly beautiful place has to offer. If anyone of you out there happen to be in Moscow, this is definitely a must go place. ( I know I went ).
Red Scene is not a big area. It is about 700 meters long and 130 meters wide. It was listed as a world cultural heritage by UNESCO in 1990. Red Square is home to many world-famous buildings, including the heavily guarded Kremlin Palace, the solemn Tomb of former Soviet leader Lenin, the world's most beautiful church "seven-color onion heads" St. Vassili Cathedral, and the largest Gum department store in Eastern Europe. The magnificent complex of buildings constitutes a beautiful red Square, which also embodies the brilliance of Moscow architecture. Achievements. Walk slowly here for a day. Of course, there are always cultural differences. In order not to take pictures on this trip, it's good to have a pocket guide app recommended by a friend. It's more convenient and reliable to walk around and listen to it than to invite accompanying guides.
Moscow has to go to punch-in spots. Good small is my first feeling, after all, is the parade home, before watching TV intuition is quite big. The first time I went to a rainy day, the whole gray, photography is not good-looking. The second time I go to the soap patch early in the morning, few people must arrive before 8 o'clock, otherwise they are all compatriots team, strength control. The road is a stone road, the nightmare of high heels. Lenin's tomb, Gum's Department Store, Vasili Church and the National Museum are all in one. It's worth spending half a day looking at.
From this round arch hole into the suddenly open, the famous Red Square arrived. On sunny days, the sun was really loud. In July and August, you must have a sunshade cap (it's too dirty to use an umbrella). The whole square only depends on the side of the department store with shade and seats. The seats (fig. 6) and the seats in the department store (fig. 7) are very artistic. Ice cream can be seen through the two pointed middle doors of the department store (Figure 8). In front of the fountain, 50 roubles and one hand are necessary. Outside the square, there is a garden on the left side of the front of the statue of Zhukov. The changing ceremony is inside. Go straight from that garden to the Kremlin Palace.
To be honest, the arrival of Red Square in Moscow overturned the expectation of Red Square before going to Russia - only one fifth of Tiananmen Square is really not big. The parade troops entered from the National Museum of History, with the Kremlin Palace Wall and Lenin's Tomb on the right, the Gum Mall on the left, and the famous Saint Vassili Cathedral on the opposite. The square is 695 meters long and 130 meters wide. The pavement is solid and has been polished smooth and uneven by the sole of the shoe. After the vicissitudes of the Red Square, in which, as if in a strong collision between reality and history, it is shocking.
Red Square is a famous square in the center of Moscow, the capital of Russia. It is located in the centre of Moscow and adjacent to the Kremlin in the southwest. Red Square ground is very unique, all paved by small pieces of stone, it seems ancient and sacred. Red Square is the witness of Moscow's history and the pride of Moscow people. Red Square is a small area, but it is the place where the former Soviet Union and Russia held Red Square parades and other large-scale gatherings. The small area does not affect the grand parade. I believe that every visitor to Moscow will not stop to visit Red Square. The buildings here are the symbol of Russia. Even if many people have not been here, they will be familiar with the Kremlin, Lenin Tomb, Saint Vassili Celestial Cathedral, Gum Store and so on. It's still a little exciting to be here. Many buildings familiar with the pictures are really displayed in front of us.
Red Square in Russia is similar to China's Tiananmen Square. In fact, its area is much smaller than Tiananmen Square, but its international popularity is greater than Tiananmen Square. It is a must-go place to Moscow. Kremlin Palace, Lenin Tomb, Bronze Statue of Zhukov, Museum of Russian History... When we arrived in Moscow, it was raining. The red field in the rain was beautiful and magnificent. The fairy-tale beautiful church was our favorite. At this time, we felt that our eyes were not enough. It was so beautiful!
It's really worth visiting, especially in Russia, where the subway is different and the buildings are distinctive. St. Petersburg is beautiful, too. The collection of the Summer Palace and the Eastern Palace is so beautiful. In foreign countries, we also take trains and sleepers are interesting.
With the help of the World Cup to comment on this famous Moscow square, the most Russian-style architectural attraction - Red Square, Red Square attractions are more concentrated, St. Vasili Church is here, the church looks very spectacular from the outside, in fact, the inside is not big, outside one by one onion head, inside like a cave, this St. Vasili Cathedral is the most Russian Orthodox Church. One of the magnificent buildings, Red Square, is located in the center of Moscow, the capital of Russia, near the Moscow River. It is the oldest square in Moscow and the witness of major historical events. It is also the place for mass gatherings, large-scale celebrations and military parades on important Russian festivals. It is a world-famous tourist attraction. Luxurious, solemn and solemn, the World Cup finals are held here, adding a festive atmosphere to the city, full of vitality and Red Square is also a must for visitors to Moscow. Red Square is in the middle of the East Wall of the Kremlin, with symmetrical Spaski Tower and Nicola Tower on both sides of the wall. The twin towers are overhead and spectacular. It is worth visiting.
The building is great!! But there are so many tourists in the Chinese tour group that they feel surrounded by Chinese aunts. Photographs have the feeling of looking at a sea of people, so it is necessary to pinch the time and go when there are few people. The night view is excellent, though a little cold. Next to it is Jim's Department store, as well as the cathedral and other attractions. It's Pumpkin Festival, super great! ___________ All kinds of pumpkins are modeled and the weather is great.