Moscow is a Place with Many Historical and Cultural Sights

Moscow is a metropolis that has a huge number of historical, architectural and cultural monuments: the Kremlin, the Armory Museum, the Tretyakov Gallery, Historical Museum, Grand Theatre, Kolomna and Petrovsky Palace, Novodevichy and Donskoi Monastery, and St. Basil's Cathedral.

The city has many monuments and memorials, more interesting and popular among tourists are manor houses, built in the past centuries and buildings of the modern type, which are associated with prominent figures of Russian culture, famous writers, actors, composers, and artists.

Muscovites and visitors relax in the beautiful parks and gardens.

The Moscow Kremlin is a magnificent architectural ensemble, in the heart of Moscow, built in the XV century by Yuri Dolgoruky. Surrounded by the monumental walls and towers, it includes ancient palaces, temples, Arsenal building and the Senate. On its territory there is the Armoury Museum. It stores items and clothing that belonged to the Russian monarchy, jewels, and collection of ancient weapons.

The Tretyakov Gallery is a world-renowned art museum with a rich collection of paintings, drawings, icons and sculptures by the best artists, sculptors and painters of Russia.

Moscow is extremely rich in interesting and memorable places that can be explored endlessly discovering all the new facets of the cultural heritage of the nation.