Moscow's Must-See Sights
A visit to the Motherland won’t be complete without a tour of its dynamic capital city. From the iconic Red Square to the lavishly designed metro stations, here’s what you can’t miss in Moscow.Filed under:
Sitting on Borovitsky Hill and overlooking the Moscow River, the Kremlin is a historic complex that features 5 palaces, 4 cathedrals and the enclosing Kremlin Wall and towers. While it’s the official residence of the President of the Russian Federation, visitors can access its museums to see Russia’s historic artifacts on display.
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