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Didn't expect that there are more great buildings inside the compound of Kazan Kremlin (let me call it a "Castle").
I kind of walked around the Kul Sharif Mosque and the nearby on my first day but decided to return after I found out that...More
"Kremlin" means "fortress" and that means that there are kremlins in various Russian cities. This is one is amazing with beautiful blue mosque and Orthodox church as well as other interesting buildings. It has a great view over the Volga river and part of the...More
Old and amazing. Just to walk around the Kremlin itself is free, and most of what there is to see there is free as well. They have local artisans who set up booths as well, so you can get some really neat souvenirs that aren’t...More
Access is easy and free. The whole area and city actually are exceptionally clean. People are friendly and helpful even if sometimes there is a language barrier. The kremlin is beautiful. Worth a visit!
The most serene place in Russia. We went early morning to see the Kazan Kremlin. There was absolutely no one, though it was a bit chilly, Awesome and must visit for every traveller travelling to Russia
Many people prefer the Kremlin in Kazan to the one in Moscow. If you see both, you can perhaps understand the sentiment. The interior of the Kazan Kremlin is probably more photogenic than the one in Moscow! A great place for photo buffs and history...More
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I believe this is correct; I was there for a whole week and never heard the call to prayer, though I did hear Orthodox Church bells. The Kazan Kremlin mosque was built as an education centre, distinct from a "normal" working... More
I believe this is correct; I was there for a whole week and never heard the call to prayer, though I did hear Orthodox Church bells. The Kazan Kremlin mosque was built as an education centre, distinct from a "normal" working mosque, of which there are several in city districts.