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Beautiful building and gates. This is part of the passage to get into Red Square. It is built with the same red brick as the walls and towers around the square. it is at the opposite end as St. Basil's.
You cross the gates to enter the vast expanse of Red square. Usually visitors would be in such a hurry to run towards the St. Basil's chapel that they give the gates an absolute miss.
I would recommend that the gates do deserve atleast 10...More
These gates are one of the main routes into the iconic Red Square and you will probably pass through them without really thinking too much about it. They're constructed out of similar red bricks as the other buildings in the vicinity.
The gates might get easily overlooked by passers-by, for it is one of the gateways to Red Square, where everything gets very mesmerizing and bedazzling. That being said, they're still very beautiful to look at.
These are the beautiful red arches that serves as the entrance to Red Square from Manezhnaya Sqaure. They are such a beautiful and ornate structure with beautiful icons inset int the facade above you as you pass under. Red Square is a stunning elegant place...More
An interesting thing to see at the Red Square is the Resurrection (Voskresenskyie) Gate which visitors use to enter this famous sightseeing area from Manezhnaya Square.
This is an attractive gated entrance with towers that makes for a nice introduction to the Red Square. The...More
The Resurrection Gates are an ornate entry point to Red Square from Revolution Square (and Manezh Square beyond that). This area can be thronged with tourists coming and going from Red Square and also with those queueing for the Cathedral immediately to the left as...More
This small yet important neighbourhood is full of state institutions and offices. To understand where modern Russia began, go to the Kremlin and State Historical Museum on Red Square. After satisfying your historical curiosities, indulge in modern pleasures at GUM Department Store - not just for the sake of shopping but for the sake of architectural pleasure as well.