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The Squares and Streets of the Kremlin

In the distant past the Kremlin was a self-contained medieval town, seething with the bustle of everyday life. Nowadays, the citadel's division into squares and streets has a considerably more formal flavor, although some have kept their original names down the centuries. Buildings from the 15th to the 20th century combine to create unique ensemble of architecture on Sobornaya, Ivanovskaya, Dvortsovaya, Senatskaya, and Troitskaya Squares, and also on Spasskaya, Borovitskaya, and Dvortsovaya Streets. It's worth taking a closer look at two of the main squares of the Kremlin National Park Museum - Sobornaya and Ivanovskaya.

Sobornaya Square in Moscow Sobornaya Square
At the very heart of the Kremlin, this square was traditionally the centre of Russian political and spiritual life.  ›››

Ivanovskaya Square in Moscow Ivanovskaya Square
The largest of the Kremlin squares, which was once the commercial and administrative heart of Moscow.  ›››
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