This is another cathedral with the onion domes, this time inside the Kremlin. It's worth going inside for a look around, quite amazing frescos. I think your kremlin ticket allows you in.
About Cathedral of the Assumption (Uspensky Sobor)
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Located within the Cathedral Square inside the Kremlin, this historic Cathedral was the site of the coronation of the Tsars. A simple exterior belies the very colourful interior. A simple visitors guide on a printed page in English is available inside the Cathedral.
I did a lot of walking in Moscow but lingered quite a while inside this cathedral. Every inch of the inside surfaces are fantastic to look at, with a lot of history. There are multi-language booklets available as you enter, which are worth reading if...More
Its gorgeous from inside. We couldn't take our eyes off the pillars, the walls and the ceiling. There are gorgeous murals.This cathedral is a must visit when visiting the Kremlin.
It is very impressive from the inside and outside . The Five golden-onion domes can be seen from afar. It was built more than 600 years ago. This is the place where the Tsars were crowned . The frescos inside are wonderful and amazing. Its...More
The highlight of our visit to Moscow was the time we spent behind the walls of the Kremlin....and one of the most impressive of the Cathedrals within, is the Dormition,( or Assumption) Cathedral with it's five Domes ...symbolic of Jesus and the four Evangelists. The...More
This is one of the 3 main cathedrals in the Cathedral Square in Krelim. This is a very important church as it used to be the church well the Czars are being crowned. Definitely a must see when in Moscow.
The Cathedral of the Assumption is a Russian Orthodox church located on the north side of Cathedral Square of the Moscow Kremlin. It was once the most important church in Moscow. The first Russian Tsar, Ivan the Terrible, was anointed here in 1547 and from...More
Impressive church inside the Kremlin walls. Used to crown Czars and other state functions. Historical religious frescos on the walls and popular to visit so can be crowded. Brochures in different languages inside to show and explain what is inside.
The Assumption (Dormition) Cathedral has remained the main cathedral in Russia for four hundred years. It was there the czars and emperors were crowned and the most important services took place. The interior look and feel are impossible to describe - every inch of wall...More