09. 10. 2012.

UNESCO - Kremlin and Red Square, Moscow, Russia

One of the most famous Unesco/world sites surely,  Moscow's Red Square has been immortalised in many movies and documentaries. Lovely scene with Saint Basil's Cathedral and Spasskaya Tower reflections after a rainy day.
The Moscow Kremlin is one of four Russian kremlins on the Unesco list. The site has been continuously inhabited since the 2nd century BC - the existing Kremlin walls and towers were built by Italian masters over the years 1485 to 1495. The picture shows Ivan the Great Bell Tower, the tallest of the towers in the complex, with a total height of 81 metres.  It was built in 1508 for the Russian Orthodox cathedrals in Cathedral Square which do not have their own belfries. It is said to mark Moscow's precise geographic center.The tower adjoins the Assumption Belfry.
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