Located in the heart of the city in addition to surrounded by four of the company’s most iconic buildings: namely the Kremlin, Bubble gum Department Store, the State Old Museum and E. Basil?s Place of worship, nowhere epitomises Moscow quite like Red-colored Square.
Established in the 15th Century and at first known as Trinity Square following the cathedral that was standing on the site of the current day St. Basil?ohydrates, the square later became known as Krasnaya Ploschad. Meaning beautiful in old Russian, the word ?krasnaya? found mean red in many more modern times, and so the frequently held assumption that this red in Red Square is a experience of either Communism, blood spilt in the revolution or perhaps the colour of the adjoining buildings, is in fact lost.
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