The Kremlin in Moscow is a complex of buildings in the central area of Moscow. To the south of the Kremlin is adjacent to the Moscow River, to the East is only one door away from St. Basil cathedral and red square, and to the west is Alexandria garden and the tomb of the unknown martyr. Today, it is the seat of the administrative headquarters of the government of the Russian Federation and the residence of the president of Russia.
The Kremlin has a history of nine centuries. Each period has left a unique historical monument in the Kremlin. Therefore, the Kremlin can be said to have witnessed the laughter and tears in Russian history. Of course, it is also a huge museum. The Kremlin has a large number of precious masterpieces on architecture, art, military, sculpture and so on.