Kazan's Kremlin

Kremlin is the symbol of Kazan. After Moscow’s red Kremlin complex, Kazan Kremlin with its snow-white walls is perhaps one of the most beautiful in Russia. It makes sense to take an audio guide, because there are a lot of interesting legends and stories about this place.
The Kremlin and the monument to Musa Dzhalil Monument a Tartar poet executed by Nazis photo by Mandy - flickr.com/photos/amanderson/14259641407
In 2000 it was granted with a status of World Heritage. The Kremlin sits at the beginning of Kremlevskaya Ulitsa (at the Kazanka River end of the street). If you come out of metro Kremlevskaya you will see it immediately.




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