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It is a place where you will see different types of buildings like Mosques, Churches, Museums, palaces, ...etc. You can know more about Tatar through the museum. Anyway you have to visit this place and Kazan city in general. I loved it very much
Referred to as white Kremlin
Lots of historical places all in one surrounding
That has got to be quite a unique setting of anywhere in the world!
A highlight of Kazan
Mosque, churches in close proximity and the unity in religion across Russia was astonishing...More
This is the best sight we have been to in the last 2-1/2 weeks and can see why it is a World Heritage Site. It is a complex that has half a dozen museums, the mosque, church, gardens, walls, government buildings, etc. Although we did...More
Kazan is an old city , a center of aTartars. This heritage imbues it’s art, architecture and buildings inside the walls. I was enchanted by the beauty of the mosque and we privileged to watch initial wedding preparations. Form many points inside the walls one...More
there are quite a few structures-buildings not for public visit. Signage needs to be improved in my opinion.
A lot has been said here, a lot very accurate. It is very apparent the Kazan population is proud of the history & heritage of their region....More
Response from Richard M | Reviewed this property |
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.