Kremlin in Moscow is located on the banks of the Moscow River. Olden days Kremlin was a place with white stone walls and towers. It has evolved over the centuries into the Modern day Kremlin that is seen now. Visitors in Kremlin have the opportunity to see many wonderful examples of Russian history, such as The Armoury Chamber which showcases the treasures from ancient Tsars and old church vestments. The Assumption Cathedral is another place that should be visited while in Kremlin where the visitors get to see Ivan the Terrible's wooden carved praying-seat. The Cathedral also houses a collection of magnificent paintings. To learn more about the history of Kremlin, visitors are encouraged to have a guided tour scheduled.
Cathedral Square in Moscow
Cathedral of the Annunciation (Blagoveshchensky Sobor)