This building was built to commemorate Russia's victory in the Napoleonic War in 1812 and is currently the largest Orthodox church in Russia.
The tour guide said that this is called the Cathedral of the Annunciation of the Virgin. The whole church looked solemn and quiet, and there were not many tourists. There were two other churches opposite.
The Moscow Royal Retribution Church is a very important facility in downtown Moscow. This church has a very magnificent appearance. It was also a place where the royal family held weddings many years ago. The furnishings of the church are also very attractive.
The Cathedral of the Annunciation is located on the southwest side of the Moscow Kremlin. It was built between 1485-1489. It was originally a private church of the Tsar. The nine golden domes are dazzling in the sun.
Led to Notre Dame cathedral was called in 1484 ~ 1484 by Ivan ordered Moscow and pushtun''s skillful craftsman is built, is the czar''s personal chapel. The church compared with other designed by Italian church with a strong color of pure Russia, after a fire in 1547 by Ivan the terrible ordered the restoration work. People put the expansion of the porch of the gate is called "porch" Ivan the terrible.
The Annunciation Cathedral is an Orthodox church located on the southwest side of Cathedral Square in the Moscow Kremlin and connected to the Grand Kremlin. The golden onion head of the church is dazzling. It was originally a private church of the Tsar. As a venue for the royal family members to hold masses, weddings and baptisms, the church is open for free from Friday to Wednesday...
It is close to the Moskva River and was built between 1484-2489. When we were in Moscow, the weather was not so good and it often rained, but the 9 golden-domed Cathedrals of Our Lady are still dazzling, although not too large, they are very charming! The former royal chapel, royal wedding, and baptism ceremony were held. There is an additional charge for entering the church to take pictures, and the murals are truly beautiful!
The Cathedral of the Annunciation is located on the cathedral square in the Kremlin. I heard from the guide that the Cathedral of the Annunciation was the place where royal weddings were held in the past, and the church has been tired of aesthetics. I only remember that its nine golden domes are shining in the sun. Glow.
Preston_Dominguez: Borovitskaya ulitsa , Ivanovskaya Ploshchad | Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Red Square,The Moscow Kremlin,The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed,State Historical Museum,Lenin Mausoleum