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Saint Basil's Cathedral

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If you’ve seen photos of Moscow, you’ve probably seen a picture of the colorful domes of St Basil’s Cathedral. Officially named The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed and part of the State Historical Museum, you’ll find it in Red Square, where it’s come to be a symbol of not just Moscow, but all of Russia. The cathedral was completed in 1561 on orders from Ivan the Terrible and it’s been one of the most unique examples of Russian architecture ever since - it’s an absolute must-see for anyone visiting Moscow!
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General Information

Opening Hours:

In general, the cathedral is open from 10 am in June, July, and August, and from 11 am between early September and the end of May. Closing time ranges from 4 pm to 7 pm, make sure to check before your visit. The ticket office closes 45 minutes before the cathedral closes. The cathedral closes on the first Wednesday of every month for cleaning and is also closed every Wednesday from June until the beginning of September.

Address:

Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed
Red Square
Moscow
Russia, 109012

Tickets:

Tickets cost RUB700 for adults, RUB500 for Russian or CIS citizens, and RUB150 for visitors aged between 16 and 18 or Russian and CIS citizens who are pensioners. Children aged under 16 may enter free of charge. An audio guide in a language other than Russian costs RUB500.

How to get there:

St Basil’s Cathedral can be reached on foot from the following metro stations: Okhotny Ryad (line 1/red line), Teatralnaya (line 2/green line), Ploschad Revolyutsii (line 3/blue line), and Kitay-Gorod (line 6/orange line and line 7/purple line). Each station is also served by a number of buses and trolleybuses.
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