These gardens surround the huge stone wall where you can walk around and admire the fountains. The Neglinnaya River used to pass through here which was channelled underground, and in its day, this river turned the Kremlin into a real fortress. Subsequently, Alexander I ordered to build this beautiful green area under the name of 'The Kremlin Gardens'. During your walk round these green areas, you'll see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with an eternal flame that burns in memory of all who lost their lives during the revolution. After relaxing in the gardens, take a stroll to discover the Kremlin Wall that stretches more than 2,000 metres long and 4 metres wide. You can also let yourself be impressed by the 20 guard towers. Go inside the Kremlin through the main entrance and via the most beautiful tower, being the Spasskaya Tower.
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