The Kremlin is an irregular triangle with an area of about 2.2 hectares. There are 19 of the Kremlin towers, the most famous of which is the Spasskaya bell tower.
In the Architectual Ensemble of Moscow Kremlin includes a number of small Renaissance churches designed by Italian architects in the 16th century.
White walls and golden cupolas of the churches are humble looking outside, but inside colorful, dimly lit, full of frescoes and icons, paintings by famous icon painting masters Dionysius and Teofane and Andrei Rublev, some of which have been moved to the Tretyakov Gallery, where you can admire them more closely.
The Patriarch’s Palace is a dwelling house with a wealth of precious ecclesiastical artifacts.