Kremlin Moscow is a historic fort Complex. The literal meaning of word Kremlin is Fortress. Grand and spacious Kremlin Fortress is known to be the largest fortress located in whole Europe. The location of the bell tower of Kremlin Moscow marks the geographical center of Moscow.
Kremlin Moscow with its five amazing palaces and four cathedrals is interesting to visit. The whole complex is walled and gated. Kremlin Moscow is built on an area of 90 acres surrounded by walls which are 1.25 miles in length. In 1990, Kremlin Moscow was included in the world heritage list of UNESCO.
The history of Kremlin Moscow indicates that this grand complex was originally nothing more than a wooden structure which was built from oak wood under the dynasty of Prince Yury Dolgoruky in 12th Century. Soviet Government used it as headquarter in 1917 and it is still today used as official residence of the Russian President.
An interesting fact is that for a long time Kremlin claimed to have the largest bell in the world. Although, it broke during the construction and never rung. Another boasting collection of Kremlin is the world largest cannon. Today the Armory of Kremlin has been transformed into a museum which showcases all the weapons and collectibles belonging to the Tsars. The rare items of collections include famous Faberge Eggs, Russian Stage Regalia etc.
The current Google rating for the Kremlin Moscow is 4.5 stars. Most of the people review it to be a great visiting spot. Your visit to Moscow will remain incomplete unless you visit Kremlin Moscow. The Ticket price of the Armory Chamber and Bell Tower is 700 RUB and 250 RUB. This Russian Historic spot is closed on Thursdays for public.