You will bypass the whole Kremlin under the guidance of the Kremlin bell ringer and local historian Konstantin Mishurovsky. Carefully reviewing the Kremlin, you will learn about the history of its construction, the Italian architects of the late 15th century and the Grand Duke Ivan III. All twenty towers have names, they do not look like one another – it remains only to look closely. And the Kremlin wall on each side has its own features, all it takes to notice the location of the loopholes, the shape and size of the scallops – “swallowtails”, a peculiar combination of variable terrain at the foot of the walls and the height of the walls themselves. A severe and impregnable fortress from the end of the 17th century was transformed into a lofty architectural ensemble. Round and square in plan, tall and ordinary towers still stand as guards at their military post. After the end of the three-hour walk around the Kremlin, you can easily navigate in the future, learning from photos, which tower is in front of you and what part of the Kremlin wall you see.
- Towers f Moscow Kremlin
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|Towers and walls of the Moscow Kremlin||-|
After the end of the three-hour walk around the Kremlin, you can easily navigate in the future, learning from photos, which tower is in front of you and what part of the Kremlin wall you see.
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