We arrived in Kazan in September on the road from Krasnodar to Perm. We planned to stop by the city for a couple of hours, take a walk on our own, have a snack and relax. That's what we thought at first… However, we liked the city at first sight, well-groomed, clean, developed. So we stayed in it from morning until late at night.
After walking along the central streets, we even went on a tour of the city on a small red double-decker bus. We did not regret that we went on an excursion at all, learned and saw a lot of interesting and maybe even surprising to some extent for our country.
The territory of the Kremlin is large, with a whole complex of buildings of beautiful and unique architecture, which includes churches, temples, museums, administrative buildings and buildings, the main square and the white stone Kremlin itself. All this is enclosed by a wall that used to serve for the defense of the Kazan Kremlin.
All objects located on the territory of the Kremlin have great historical, architectural and cultural value, therefore they are strictly protected by the government of the Republic of Tatarstan. Of course, since 2000, the Kazan Kremlin has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.