The Cathedral of Annunciation in Moscow is one of the more sacred destinations to see. The cathedral was constructed in the years 1484 through 1489 on Sobornaya Square, on the location where an older cathedral stood in years past. You must see the white-stone portals of the 16th century, the Italian Renaissance influenced fretwork and the copper doors at the north and west entrances. Gaze at the artwork by Feodosy that has been in place since 1508, as well as the tile flooring of agate jasper. The breathtaking iconostasis is the showcase of the whole cathedral, which were painted by Russia's historical artistic masters.