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Archeological Excavations Recommenced in Tula Kremlin
20.06.2014 15:14
Archeological Excavations Recommenced in Tula Kremlin

The Tula Kremlin has been closed for repair: two buildings of the former power substation will be reconstructed.

      They were in accidental condition and marred the historical appearance of the Kremlin. By September it will be transformed; until that time tourists can walk only along its walls and enter fortress towers. The Armory Museum in the Kremlin remains open for visitors. 

The Tula Kremlin is an architecture monument of the 16th century, a stone fortress in the center of Tula. 

According to the characteristics of the Tula Kremlin as a fortification construction, it was built by Italian architects upon completion of the Moscow Kremlin in the late 15th century. 

      The Assumption Cathedral’s belfry, which was destroyed in the 1930s, has been reconstructed since 2012.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Tula Tula Kremlin Archeology   

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