Located in the historical Сenter of Moscow, Red square is the main square of the capital of Russia, which is its historical center and at various times used as a place where fateful events in the history of Russia and the Soviet Union took place. The architectural ensemble of the square is one of the objects protected by UNESCO since 1990.
Here, in the heart of Moscow, there is an amazing architectural ensemble of Red Square, in the buildings and structures of which the political, economic and religious life of the Russian people has been concentrated for centuries.
Paved with paving stones, 330 meters long and 70 meters wide, the square is bounded by the Historical Museum and Kazan Cathedral from the North, St. Basil’s Cathedral from the South, the Moscow Kremlin from the West, Upper (GUM Mall) and Middle Shopping malls from the East. In addition to these buildings, the architectural ensemble of the square includes: The Lenin Mausoleum with the Necropolis located behind it at the Kremlin wall, the monument to Minin and Pozharsky. Vasilievsky Spusk (road) leads to the Kremlin Embankment from Red Square.
Location : Moscow