Kremlin, the President's Residence Palace

The Grand Kremlin Palace is a unique architectural ensemble and famous Moscow landmarks. It used to serve as the residential chambers of emperors and members of their families, and today it has the status of the grand residence of the President of Russia. The palace is open only for guided tours according to a schedule approved by the Federal Protective Service in advance. The emperor’ private chambers with authentic furnishings, a throne and order halls, luxurious interiors and murals – the palace never fails to impress with its beauty and grandeur.

Visiting Russia would definitely not be complete without dropping by Kremlin, a fortified complex at the heart of Moscow, overlooking the Moskva River to the south, Saint Basil's Cathedral and Red Square to the east, and the Alexander Garden to the west. 

Kremlin is known for its kremlins ("Russian citadels") including five palaces and four cathedrals, which also includes the Grand Kremlin Palace, the Tsar's former residence. It is majestic both inside and out, heavily influenced by Russian and Byzantine architecture. When you walk into the palace, you'll instantly feel like you're taken into the past in a time where kings and queens ruled. 

Explore the location with its thrones, artifacts, jewelry, and more. Go to places inside the Grand Kremlin Palace, including the Tsarina's Golden Chamber, the Sacred Monasteries, the Archangel Cathedral, and many more. This is a magnificent place to visit if you want to get a feel of Russia's history and culture.

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