Cathedral Square is located in the Moscow Kremlin. This cathedral is called the Archangel Cathedral. It is probably the church visited by Moscow government officials for a long time. Although the yellow dome is not as beautiful as blue, it is also beautiful.
It is a square in the Kremlin, a wide open space between the three private churches of the Tsar's family. The square now has four military bands and guard of honor performances every day, two in the morning and two in the afternoon, which is a great performance.
Cathedral Square is located in the Kremlin. The main building is the Archangel Cathedral. Its shape is obviously different from that of Vasily Cathedral. Although Vasily’s colorfulness is very eye-catching, I prefer the pure silver appearance of the Archangel.
Cathedral Square is the central square of the Moscow Kremlin. The Cathedral Square is named after the three cathedrals facing it, the Cathedral of the Assumption, the Cathedral of the Archangel and the Cathedral of the Annunciation. The Cathedral Square was once the place where all the Russian tsars, patriarchs and the Grand Duke of Moscow held coronations and funeral parades. Today the inauguration of the Russian president is still held here...
# Cathedral Square# Location: Inside the Moscow Kremlin The Moscow Kremlin is like a kaleidoscope. The content inside is wonderful and there are many things to see. The Cathedral Square is one of the must-sees. After going through the security check and entering the Kremlin, walk a short distance along the entrance road to the Cathedral Square. The so-called Cathedral Square means that the buildings around the square are churches, hence the name. These churches are very old, and the golden domed buildings look particularly magnificent and beautiful. One is dedicated to royal worship and royal weddings. The square occupies a large area. It used to be the place where the czar held ceremonies and the emperor's coronation, and now there are also various ceremonies. This is the tourist center. As soon as the performance time comes, the square is very lively, and tourists from all over the world gather, as if it was another joyous party. Therefore, if you take the elderly there, you must be careful not to lose them. In addition to the church, there is a cannon and a bell on the square, each of which is astonishingly large, called the "King of Cannons" and "King of Bells"
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Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Red Square,The Moscow Kremlin,The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed,State Historical Museum,Lenin Mausoleum