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Q: What century was the kremlin build in?
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Who designed the Kremlin?

Kremlin was designed by Ivan the 3rd. The Kremlin was separated from the center of Moscow in the early 16th century.


How much did it cost to build the Russian Kremlin?

The cost of building the entire Kremlin is not known. However the cost to build the largest structure there was 11 million rubles. That is the Grand Kremlin Palace.


Who was ordered to build the Berlin Wall?

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What people were involved in the building of the Kremlin?

There are 27 cities in Russia that have a Kremlin. The word means literally "fortified town center". The Moscow Kremlin - the final stone version - was built under Czar Ivan III at the end of the 15th century, designed and built by Italians.


What is kremlin called in moscow?

Kremlin is from the Russian 'kremen' word which means 'fortress or citadel'. Kremlin popularly refers to the infamous kremlin in Russia which is the Moscow Kremlin (residence of the President).


When was the Russian kremlin founded?

The Moscow kremlin originated in 2nd century BC as a fortified settlement with walls made of earth and wood. It was first called "kremlin" in the 14th century, when it became the seat of the Russian Grand Dukes (later Tsars). At that time, the first stone structures were built and the oak wall was replaced with a white limestone wall. The existing red brick walls and towers, which give the Moscow kremlin its distinct outward appearance, were built between 1485 and 1495.


In which Russian city is the Kremlin?

The Kremlin is in Moscow.


Who founded the kremlin?

The site has been continuously inhabited from the 2nd century BC, Grand Prince Ivan lll (1462-1505) organised the reconstruction of the Kremlin taking skilled architects from Italy. The walls, as they appear now, were built between 1485 and 1495. Kremlin means 'fortress inside a city'


In which Russian city is the Kremlin located?

The Kremlin is in Moscow.


What is the latitude and longitude of the kremlin?

What is the latitude and longitude for kremlin?


If there is a jail or prison that starts with a k?

The Kremlin is a famous government building in Moscow, Russia. It was used as a prison in the 16th century.


How many towers are on the Kremlin in Moscov?

The Kremlin has nineteen towers.

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