The Archangel's Cathedral is the last building of the Kremlin Cathedral Group commissioned by Grand Duke Ivan III. It was built by Arevibo & Novi from 1505 to 1508. The cathedral is the mausoleum of Moscow's princes, dukes and the first Russian Czars. The cathedral was built in memory of the patron of the Russian army, Archangel Michael. There are many Mausoleums in the church, the atmosphere is of course very solemn, not carefully visited, or took the Chinese instructions to read. Visiting the Kremlin is a one-ticket system, and churches do not need to buy tickets to visit.
The Archangel Church (_ The first Archangel's Cathedral was built under the leadership of Ivan, the first Archduke of Moscow. After 172 years, it was demolished by the order of Ivan III. All coffins in the cathedral were moved to another church, and the new church was solemnly moved back after its completion. The Archangel Church is dedicated to the Archangel Michael, who is the patron saint of warfare for the princes. The Grand Dukes will come here to pray before they go out, while the others will swear allegiance to the grand duke. Later, after the coronation ceremony, the new Czars led the crowd to the cathedral to worship their ancestors. The main body of the 16th century murals that remain to this day is the fictional portraits of all the princes buried in the cathedral.
When we went there, the weather was not very good and the top was still being repaired. We didn't see the whole picture. It is the main purpose of storing the Czars and nobles of all dynasties. Dozens of sarcophagus are closely arranged in the interior, which is very crowded. Even monarchs in the West are stacked like this after death, which is quite different from Chinese customs. You can take a Chinese brochure for comparison and find out which monarchs each sarcophagus stores separately.
The Kramlin Palace mainly visits three churches - "Notre Dame Ascension Cathedral, Angel Presentation Cathedral, Angel Presbyterian Cathedral (no photos inside), King Bell and Gunwang are very close to the President's office. From the flag flying on the roof, Putin is lobbying us that we are too busy to meet him this time.
I didn't go in. I just looked around. This church is an Orthodox church, which has a history of hundreds of years. There is a strong Southern European style, in fact, from the hands of Italian architects. The greatest attraction of this church is the habitat of Czars of all ages.