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There is a slab of stone in the middle of the square as a tribute to those who were oppressed by the Soviet government.
There is a slab of stone in the middle of the square as a tribute to those who were oppressed by the Soviet government. The stone comes from the Solovetsky Islands, once home to an infamous prison camp.
It has a collective dedicated to Russia's revolutionary poets
A new shopping mall opened in 2006 next to Kievsky station, right next to the metro
Sit in front of the famed theater near the fountain, or catch a show inside if you can
Adjacent to Red Square
In the south part of Red Square
This plaza fills with students between classes or just hanging out
The Spasskaya Tower, built in 1491, was believed to have miraculous powers which protected the Kremlin from invasions
Built between 1633 and 1636 to commemorate Russia's liberation from Polish occupation during the Time of Troubles, this church was destroyed in 1936 for the planned remodeling of all Kitai Gorod
In the centre of the Red Square