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Top Tourist Attractions in Moscow - Kremlin
- The Red Square
- St. Basil's Cathedral
- Tretyakov Gallery
- Novodevichy convent
- Bolshoi Theater
- May 9th Parade
- Christ the Saviour Cathedral
- Moscow Subway
- Tverskaya Street
The concentration of Moscow's main sights is one of the facts that make this city a world class tourist destination. The majority of its attractions is centered in one small area, and the Kremlin is the hub of this concentration. These sights extend into the realm of fantasy. The colourful domes of the Cathedral of St. Vasily the Blessed, the neo-gothic consumer wonderland that is the GUM, or state department store, and the timepiece of Russia’s New Year’s celebrations, the Spassky clock tower, all tower over the beautiful Red Square. The neighbouring Kitay-Gorod, or “Basket-Town” (likely a reference to the construction method of the city walls surround it), remains a significant concentration of traditional Russian structures serving as a commercial center. The Bolshoy Theatre, the Lubyanka, and the hotels that tower above the Manege Square all are situated within the Boulevard Ring, an urban open-space doubling as a heavily-trafficked roadway created after the Great Fire of 1812, the one that left Napoleon’s Army starving deep within wintry Russia. The proximity of these sites to each other makes it easy to visit many of the must-see places in only a few days.