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Red Square actually derives from the word "krasnyi", which once meant beautiful.

[HAFF] Red Square is not named after communism or the colour of the bricks surrounding it, but actually from the term 'krasnyi' - which used to mean ' ...

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Red Square

It derives from the word “krasnyi”, which once meant “beautiful” in old Russian language and has only come to mean “red” in contemporary Russian.

Красная площадь (Krásnaya plóshchad, the Red Square) is, for sure, one of ...

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The main square separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, from an historic merchant ...

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What strikes you the most is how orderly and neat everything is . It all works and there are several systems in play. No one breaks the rules.

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Red Square is undoubtedly one of Moscow's – and Russia's – most iconic landmarks. Every day, thousands flock to see its most famous sites – Lenin's ...

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At the entrance to Red Square stands the incredible Iberian Gate and Chapel, its beautiful red and white bricks and turquoise blues and greens draws you in ...

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Red Square in Moscow

In fact it derives from the word 'krasnyi', which once meant 'beautiful', and has only come to mean 'red' in contemporary Russian.

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Lenin's Mausoleum

The handcrafts are magnificent and your senses are filled once again with a kaleidoscope of colours, ethic richness, a strong proud culture and a rigid ...

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A view of the History Museum on Red Square.

The handcrafts are magnificent and your senses are filled once again with a kaleidoscope of colours, ethic richness, a strong proud culture and a rigid ...

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20)_ The Real Truth About Red Square* * Did you know that the name Red Square has nothing to do with communism, but derives from the word “krasnyi”, ...

Besides St. Basil's Cathedral, Lenin's Mausoleum and G.U.M. Shopping Center are the most popular places to visit at the cobblestone paved Red Square.

Saint Basil's Cathedral on Red Square in Moscow

As part of the First International Festival of Circus Art, clowns, animals, carriages and athletes marched on Red Square, followed by enormous decorations ...

The large, circular item in the center is the Lobnoye Mesto, a circular platform

The main square separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, from an historic merchant ...

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The name Red Square has nothing to do with communism, but derives from the word “krasnyi”, which once meant “beautiful”. ...

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The original name (Krasnaya Ploshchad) comes from the word “krasnyi”, which ages ago stand for “beautifull” rather than “red”, which is today's meaning of ...

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Red Square is undoubtedly one of Moscow's – and Russia's – most iconic landmarks. Every day, thousands flock to see its most famous sites – Lenin's ...

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Red Square in Moscow

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Building St. Basil's Cathedral

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St. Basil's Cathedral

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In fact it derives from the word 'krasnyi', which once meant 'beautiful', and has only come to mean 'red' in contemporary Russian.

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Savior's Tower, an entrance gate to the Kremlin.

GUM shopping centre right on the Red square

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Kremlin wall guard tower

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It was really gigantic! 9 m in height and 30 m in length…

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I found that the Red Square remains, as it has been for centuries, the heart and soul of Moscow. Few places in the world bear the weight of history to the ...

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The total number of objects in the museum's collection comes to millions. It is just mind blowing.

St. Basil's Cathderal, perhaps the most recognizable structure in all of Russia.

Moscow Kremlin, St Basil's Cathedral on the Red Square

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St Basil's Cathedral on Red Square, Moscow.

St Basil's Cathedral and GUM shopping centre at twilight. Image by Kapuk Dodds / Getty

Red Square with St. Basil's Cathedral and Moscow Kremlin in background, by Fyodor Alekseyev, 1801.

Lenin's mausoleum on the Red square

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The Kremlin from Bersenevskaya Embankment.

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