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If you only see one Cathedral thing in Moscow you have got to see St Basil's Cathedral in Red Square, It's amazing, you do need to be pretty mobile some of the stairs are steep, but the building is heated and there is a lovely...More
St. Basil's Cathedral is the cream of the cream in Russia - #1 highlight for all world biggest country. Why? Because it's soul, solid and secret of most beautiful country on Earth. If you don't have St. Basil's Cathedral's photo - you never been in...More
See it by day but do yourself a favor and go see it at night! It's an iconic place and worth the see. I would say visiting is mandatory, if you do enjoy seeing art and church's sure go in otherwise spare some rubs.
It is a masterpiece! We thought it was a huge cathedral, but in fact it quite small. Having said this, I think it adds to the charm, the flowers painted on every wall, the colours, the coziness (even though it’s freezing inside) the combination.... simply...More
I had for a long time wanted to see st Basil’s and red square. I was not disappo8nted. The kremlin st bails and red square are absolutely stunning. Was here in March and so not many tourists and thoroughly enjoyed being here.
Didnt get in. But after spening a lot of time in its "nearbys" such as the GUM, the State Museum and the Museum 1812, the "onion-shaped" cathedral maybe the iconic background one needs to record his trip to Moscow!
This is a must add for,your bucket list. Words fail me to describe the beauty and wonder of this site. From the outside it is marvelous.mon the inside mysterious. Hire a knowledge guide to take you through it, well,worth the price.
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It is open the 3rd of July, but closed the 4th of July. You may easily listen to an explanation during your city tour and them buy tickets in the ticket office near the entrance to have a tour inside. There no much... More
It is open the 3rd of July, but closed the 4th of July. You may easily listen to an explanation during your city tour and them buy tickets in the ticket office near the entrance to have a tour inside. There no much information about the interior, more to see than to listen.