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Due to the large tourist groups you can only goto a viewing gallery. However there is a great museum of Islam at the bottom which tells the story of Islam in Russia. I have a video on my youtube channel [departures1]
You don’t have to be Muslim to enjoy this mosque, it’s obvious that they work very hard to inform people about Islam. You can go up on the balcony and see where both the men and women pray, and then go down to the museum...More
This huge mosque is located in the Kazan Kremlin, and is perhaps the most beautiful structure in the Kremlin complex. Visitors can go inside, photographs allowed. There are some dress rules, but that is to be expected, as this is a place of worship. Information...More
This imposing edifice dominates the skyline anywhere you are standing by either the Kama or Volga rivers. Spectacularly gorgeous both inside and out, you are viewing a piece of history, one of many pieces of history inside the Kazan Kremlin.
If you want to experience this jaw dropping moments while you’re here in Kazan, I strongly recommend to visit this gigantic beautiful mosque. It’s a walkable distance from bauman street and kremlin. It’s really a best spot for picture taking and while relaxing esp during...More
It is said that in the XVIth century there was a mosque in this same place that was named after its last Imam, Qol Sharif, who died with other people in trying to defend the building to be destroyed, which finally happened that same century....More
Hi,I would say yes if you are reasonably well travelled,we were happy to walk around during the day in the central tourist area,and using the metro.be careful using taxis in russia unless they are booked by your hotel,and... More
Hi,I would say yes if you are reasonably well travelled,we were happy to walk around during the day in the central tourist area,and using the metro.be careful using taxis in russia unless they are booked by your hotel,and try to agree the price before getting in.language can be a problem,although we found someone who could understand us in most hotels,or use translation on phone.