The Kremlin has nineteen towers.
Under US law, no the building itself is not protected by copyright. However if someone were to take photos or make illustrations/paintings of he Moscow Kremlin, then their work would be eligible for copyright protection and you would nee permission to use it.
How can anybody lay blame on someone for the Cold War? If it was anyone's fault it was probably Hitler's. The war he started gave the opportunity to both the United States and the Soviet Union to show their mettle as world superpowers. No, I really don't think this is a question that can be answered. I disagree to the above statement. this question can be answered by saying "to some extent it was Moscow's (USSR's) fault. This is due to - the hate of Capitalist countries, therefore causing tension and hate - trying to have "buffer states" in Eastern Europe to protect USSR from USA/UK/France - becoming rivals with USA to make nuclear weapons
The Kremlin (with a capital K) everyone hears about is located in Moscow. "Kremlin" is an ancient Russian word for "fortress" or "citadel". Several other Russian cities have their own kremlins, most notably Kazan, Novgorod and Suzdal.
The Kremlin is located in Moscow, Russia.
to show other nations a symbol of Russian power
The Kremlin is in the heart of Moscow, and housed the government for the Soviet Union and it's highest members, such as general secretaries, premiers, presidents, ministers, and commissars.
I'm sure it has something to do with the binomial theorem. Just not sure how. Quite curious, please help.
The purpose is that official residence of the President of Russia, also holds many cathedrals/ churches.
I'm doing this for a project, im not sure if it has any other purpose but that's what i said for it... >.<
Many Russian cities have both a Kremlin and a Red Square. The famous Kremlin and Red Square are in Moscow, Russia.
Three foot overhangs are typical for prairie style houses. Some good examples including Frank Lloyd Wright designs may be found at the link below.
The Kremlin is on the continent of Europe in Moscow, Russia.
The Russian President
Ivan the great
Yes, but then I live in the West.....What the contemporary Russians think, or are taught in school about this time in History I have no idea. I am currently reading a very good book about the repatriation of POWs at the end of WW2. It is suggested, to put it very mildly, a very different perception of the reception of POWs returning to Britain & the US, & those Russians & Ukranians & others, forced to support the Germans, captured in France, to be returned to the USSR. It appeared obligatory that if Britain & the US wanted our captured soldiers & airmen returned from the Russians then these poor people were to be sent to their deaths.
Most of the homes in Germany are multi-family dwellings, meaning apartment, townhome or duplex. In the cities, most families live in apartments, often over a place of business. (Most businesses close relatively early in the evening.) Single-family dwellings are usually located in the more rural areas, such as the Black Forest region.
It's the Russian word for 'citadel' or 'castle'. There are quite a few in Russia, but the best known one is the Moscow Kremlin, currently the home of the President of Russia. When people talk about 'The Kremlin', it often refers to the Russian Government, or more commonly the former Soviet Government.
It was slowly built up hundreds of years before it got known as the kremlin in 1331 since then developed rapidly, and in 1800s it developed those magical Disney like structures we see today
Luciano Pavarotti performed at the kremlin palace, moscow during farewell concert in December 21 2003.
It was called a HOTLINE
Ivan the great