Assumption Cathedral

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  • Address: Borovitskaya ulitsa, Cathedral Square | Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: 7-4956970349
  • Ticket Price: 150 RUB
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Church, Religious Site, Family And Kids, Architecture

The Assumption Cathedral is an orthodox church located in the Cathedral Square of the Moscow Kremlin. Visiting the cathedral will definitely provide you a glimpse of ancient art and architecture technology. It was the main church of the Moscow State. Thus, from religious perspective, it carries huge significances.

The Assumption Cathedral is one of the most famous tourists’ spots in Moscow, thus you can ask anyone to reach this place, which is a few minutes away, in a short and clam walking distance from the metro station. This is one of the must visit place in Moscow.

  • Don’t forget to see the museums and galleries.
  • There is a restaurant nearby.
  • Parking facility available.
  • There is a shopping center nearby.

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  • Assumption Cathedral Address: Borovitskaya ulitsa, Cathedral Square | Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
  • Assumption Cathedral Contact Number: 7-4956970349
  • Assumption Cathedral Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Assumption Cathedral Price: 150 RUB
  • Time required to visit Assumption Cathedral: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 93.62% of people who visit Moscow include Assumption Cathedral in their plan

  • 74.86% of people start their Assumption Cathedral visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Assumption Cathedral

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

84.75% of people prefer walking in order to reach Assumption Cathedral

People normally club together Kremlin and Cathedral Of The Archangel while planning their visit to Assumption Cathedral.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
  • Gorgeous cathedral inside and out. 3 stars for grumpy staff and no pictures allowed inside. #localguides

  • A beautiful cathedral. A must on the Kremlin tour

  • beautifull historical place. good to see

  • The Cathedral of the Assumption (Dormition Cathedral) is the crown jewel of the collection of churches at Cathedral Square in the Kremlin. This is a beautiful building that is considered the mother of all churches in Moscow. Originally constructed in the early 14th century, the church you see today was built near the end of the 15th century by Ivan the Great, who fancied a more imposing and decorative church to demonstrate the growing power of the nation. The church features five large golden domes topped with crosses and typical exterior architecture to what you will see of the other church buildings within the Kremlin. What you see within Dormition Cathedral is quite impressive. The large interior features columns, walls and high ceiling adorned with decorative frescos. There are historic chandeliers, paintings of icons, thrones and other interesting things to see. The interior is completely covered with seemingly not an inch of empty space, giving your eyes plenty to enjoy. Note: There are information sheets in multiple languages that you can use during your visit to the church. This is very useful for identifying the highlights and many interesting things to see in the Cathedral of the Assumption. Overall, we found the Cathedral of the Assumption to be the most interesting attraction of the Kremlin. Queues can be a bit long to enter and it can be crowded inside, but all for good reason. If your time is limited for the Kremlin, do prioritise your visit to include time here.

  • Walking through history was always something special for me.

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