Russia is a country with the largest area in the world, spreading throughout the territory of Russia with a multitude of unique attractions and tourist destinations that are nowhere to be found.
Grand Kremlin Palace
This palace was built in 1475 in the center, on the left bank of the Moskva River, on the Borovitskii hill. The Grand Kremlin Palace quickly became a symbol of Russia’s tourism image. Today the palace is also used for political purposes. The top and top Russian agencies all have offices located here. The Kremlin is a historic complex overlooking the Red Square in Moscow, including the Kremlin palace, the Kremlin church, the Kremlin walls and the Kremlin tower. Grand Kremlin Palace is open daily to domestic and foreign visitors.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral
Saint Basil’s Cathedral is considered one of the Russian tourist attractions that attracts a large number of international visitors. Visitors will be attracted by the special architecture of the church. Designed to resemble the shape of a fire, this architecture was later renovated and renovated. However, there is no other building in the world like Saint Basil’s Cathedral.
Red Square is a Russian tourist destination that makes people here always proud, especially when Unessco has officially recognized the cultural and historical value of Red Square. Russian Square is quite convenient: right in the central square of the beautiful Russian capital. Built in the late years of the 15th century to date, Red Square has experienced many remarkable events in the history of Russia and the world. After many changes of name, the official name was Red Square. Around the square there are also quite a few works with meaningful legends.
Ermitage Art Museum is the largest museum in Russia and the third in the world, after the Louvre Museum (France) and the Vatican (Italy). Founded in 1764, Ermitage exhibits 3 million artifacts, including works of art through the ages and antiquities of ancient cultures.