Grand Kremlin Palace Overview
The Grand Kremlin Palace is a lavishly and royally decorated palace which is closely associated with the wealth and splendor of the Russian emperors who lived here a long time ago. The Grand Kremlin Palace was designed by Konstantin Thon and was built from 1837 to 1849 in Moscow atop Borovitsky Hill.

The palace stands 125 meters long, 47 meters high, and has a total area of about 25,000 square meters made up of Gold, marble and intricate designs.  The top attractions of this places to visit in Moscow are the nine churches, Tsarina's Golden Chamber, where the only Queen of Russia lived, Palace of Facets for celebrations and glimpses of majestic imperial thrones, the Holy Vestibule, five grand reception halls and over 700 rooms and apartments.

Location: Red Square, Moscow, Russia, 109012.

Best time to Visit: March to May.
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