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Have a look at Moscow’s Kremlin some 300 years ago (PHOTOS)

9 HISTORICAL pictures of Moscow Kremlin in 1700.

Originally appeared at Russiatrek.org

Moscow Kremlin 1700 is a graphical reconstruction of the Moscow fortress at the beginning of the 18th century. Engravings and plans made at the time, as well as more recent and modern reconstructions, were used to make these pictures.

By the beginning of the 18th century, the architectural ensemble of the Moscow Kremlin was completed, and the fortress received a recognizable look. You can see several undamaged buildings that later came to decay.

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Thank you for these exquisite shots — 300 years ago and now modern photographic tech affords reconstruction of the Moscow Kremlin… Amazing. I recently discovered Russia Trek and am sure this site will grow and burst it seams. Russia is such a massive, diverse and uniquely beautiful country– one could hardly hope to discover it in one lifetime, but sure many will give it their best shot, by returning again again, as so many places in Russia seem to be on bucket lists of people from all over the world. Guess I will just have to be content with virtual… Read more »

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