The Kremlin is a group of buildings, located on the edge of Red Square in Moscow. It is the symbol of the Russian Federation and the seat of the presidential palace. This group of buildings is irregular triangle, surrounded by Red Palace walls, like a "city in the city". Entering the Kremlin requires security checks. It is strictly forbidden to carry large bags into the Kremlin. There are depository offices near the entrance, parliament office buildings and government office buildings, which are not open to tourists. The Kremlin ticket is 500 roubles per person and includes all the internal visits to the church. Tickets for the Ivan Emperor Bell Tower, Weapon Depot and Diamond Museum need to be purchased separately. They are very popular. There are stipulated time periods for visiting and purchasing tickets. We did not buy tickets for the Bell Tower and Diamond Museum on that day because of the time mismatch. We only visited the weapons depot. The tickets for the weapons depot are 700 roubles per person. The whole Kremlin takes most of the day to visit. We arrive around 11 o'clock and come out about 5 p.m.
The Kremlin is a world-famous complex of buildings, known as the eighth wonder of the world. The Palace Museum of China, Versailles Palace of France, White House of the United States and Buckingham Palace of the United Kingdom are also known as the five palaces of the world. It is listed by UNESCO as a world heritage for cultural and natural conservation. The Kremlin is Russia's secular and religious cultural heritage. It is not only the political center, but also the activity center of the Russian Orthodox Church in the 14th to 17th centuries A.D. The Kremlin is the palace of successive Russian emperors. It is now the office and administrative center of the President of Russia. The beautiful environment, including the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Angel Cathedral, the Church of Remembrance, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, and many other well-known Russian-style buildings. The Kremlin is the symbol of the Russian state, one of the largest buildings in the world, and a treasure house of historical, cultural and artistic monuments. Another peculiar phenomenon is that Emperor Putin's office is not as heavily guarded as he imagined. Compared with the situation in Zhongnanhai, Beijing, where troops are heavily guarded and Leichi cannot be surpassed, the Kremlin has always opened its doors to tourists from all over the world. As long as 300 roubles are paid for tickets, any visitor can enter and visit it, even from the President's office building. Just a few dozen meters away, the Kremlin is more open and friendly to the people.
The Kremlin is a group of buildings located in the heart of Moscow. It is the symbol of the Russian Federation and the seat of the presidential palace. (1) The Kremlin means "inner city" in Russian. In Mongolian, it means "fortress". Located in the most central part of the Russian capital, the Borowitski Mountains are adjacent to the Moscow River in the south, Alexander Rowski Garden in the northwest, and Red Square in the southeast. The walls are 2235 meters long, 6 meters thick and 14 meters high. There are 18 towers on the walls. They are scattered on the walls of the triangular palace. Among them, the most spectacular and famous one is the Savior Tower with bells. The five largest gate towers and arrow towers are equipped with ruby pentagrams, known as the Kremlin Red Star. The Kremlin enjoys the reputation of the eighth wonder of the world. Moscow Kremlin is the symbol of Russia, one of the largest buildings in the world, and a treasure house of historical, cultural and artistic monuments.
Visiting the Kremlin has its ups and downs. Originally, I thought that to go to Kegong, I would visit the President's office first, just like visiting the White House of the United States. Unfortunately, we only had a look at the window 200 meters away (the window in the middle of the Roman column under the middle arc top is the last one). A little disappointed. The unexpected surprise is that I happened to see a formal high-standard reception ceremony. My smart group members also caught photos of senior officials standing on the observation platform. If you see anyone in it, please don't be surprised. It's very common in Kegong. What makes me wonder is that two big clocks, 6.14 meters high, 6.6 meters in diameter and weighing more than 200 tons, are carved with reliefs, portraits and inscriptions on the surface, and sound transmission is 50 kilometers. They are the "King of Bells" of the world. It was built by more than 200 Russian skilled craftsmen in the 18th century. It is a monument to Russian casting technology. It is said that in order to get the best sound, several kilograms of gold and silver were added in addition to copper and tin. The other one is a 5.34-meter-long, 0.89-meter calibre and 40-ton gun King accompanied by King Zhong. The ancient bronze-casting cannon was built in 1540 and completed in 1586. Eight tsars were replaced in the middle, and two or three people could climb into the huge muzzle at the same time. But that's not surprising. The most surprising thing is that so far the king of bells has never sounded and the king of guns has never fired. It's an ornament. The Kegong Garden is beautiful. The Moscow River can be seen through the towers and shade. In the garden there is even a private helicopter apron for President Putin, who is said to be flying to work. There can be several people in the world, tough leaders. Wangke Palace can not be bypassed by visiting churches. Several towering cathedrals have gorgeous appearance. Most of them are places for Royal ceremonies or burials. I am not very interested in them. On the contrary, I would like to remind you that in Kegong, you must follow the white line on the road. Once you cross it, the whistle of the light one reminds you and the heavy one, you should be careful to shoot with an assassin gun.
One of Moscow's must-see attractions. The accessible part of the palace is a large square and many small churches around it. Photographs are not allowed in the church. Tickets are checked every time you enter the church. It is suggested that tickets be purchased on the official website and exchanged on the spot, because the ticket window and the exchange window are separated, the former always queues while the latter almost no one queues. The Kremlin also has an arsenal and a diamond foundation, which buy tickets separately over time. The Arsenal can be purchased online, and the Diamond Foundation must purchase it on site. Ticket shops are in Alexandria Garden, but tickets sold at different ticket windows are different. The Diamond Foundation is Window 5. Alexander Garden has two entrances. One is the Kremlin General Entrance, which leads to the Armory. But if you want to see the Diamond Foundation, you must have tickets to the Armory. The other entrance is in the southwest corner of the garden. It leads to the armory and the Diamond Foundation separately. If you look at diamonds, you can buy the tickets of the foundation separately without the armory tickets. Every Saturday from April to October, at 12 noon in the middle of the Kremlin Square, there is a list show of guards, including cavalry, which is very beautiful. It is suggested that the place be occupied half an hour earlier. Plaza and church group tours lasted about 1-1.5 hours, and the guards performed for more than half an hour.
The Kremlin mainly looks at the church buildings in the Central Plaza. Ticket sales and online ticket exchanges are at the Alexandria Garden subway exit. Ticket offices are complex, and different tickets correspond to different windows. On-site ticket buying is the innermost window, and there are more people queuing. Several windows (about windows 5-7) outside are for the exchange of online tickets and the purchase of weapons depots and diamond foundation tickets. It is suggested to buy it on the official website first, because there is almost no queue in the exchange window. Warehouse tickets must be booked for a certain period of time, but the Diamond Foundation can now enter the warehouse directly without going through the warehouse (after buying tickets at the ticket office, go directly to the southwest corner gate of Alexander Garden). Apart from winter, there is a Presidential Guard performance in the middle of the square every Saturday noon. It's very cool. It's better to go to the front row of the square at about 11:30. The group inside the complex can not take photos, please note.
Passing through a bridge, security checks entered the Kremlin complex. Golden onions were in front of him. Putin's office was there (Figure 8). The open area was a restricted area. There was no fence in the area connecting the tourist area. Once the visitors stood in to take pictures, the police would come and let you stand back. Team will follow a Russian guide, always in the back to urge the tour guide to walk quickly, the story is not finished to urge, make the tour guide language fast, so this scenic spot has become a horse-walking.
it goes without saying that Kremlin is a must visit place, its architecture keeps your mouth open all the way you walk along this place
As the main building of Moscow's Red Square and the political power center of Russia, the Kremlin will inevitably arouse innumerable curiosity and concern. The Kremlin is actually the office of the President. It can be visited outside the red wall area, but it can not be accessed inside. There are guards with guns. It is very solemn and mysterious.
Personally, I feel it's worth visiting. I must not miss this opportunity to visit the thick red walls of the Kremlin when I have time. Here you can imagine many events in Russia and the former Soviet Union, which have a long history. Putin's office building is surrounded by a cordon with police on guard, and no pedestrians are allowed to cross the line. Here you can walk through small gardens, avenues, helicopter aprons, churches and the Kremlin auditorium built during Khrushchev's reign. It is estimated that many Chinese tourists, churches are placed in Chinese leaflets.