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The capital and largest city of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia.
Total Population 1,143,535
Kazan is a city with a long history
On the one bank there is an old Kremlin and a cathedral which were founded in the 12th century, and on the other - modern buildings and skyscrapers of the 21st century. On the streets of the city you can find any monuments — cats, carriages, and even Kazan drake.
Kazan is one of the brightest examples of how people of different nationalities and religions live peacefully, in an atmosphere of friendliness and tolerance in one city. The city has 125 places of worship, including 65 mosques, 45 Orthodox churches, 12 churches of other Christian denominations, 1 synagogue, prayer houses of Bahai and Krishna.
In addition, Kazan has a unique cultural code. On the city map there are more than 1000 cultural artifacts that form the cultural diversity of the capital.

Kazan Kremlin
It was built when Ivan the Terrible was ruling the country in the 16th century. Located at the confluence of the Volga River and the Kazanka River, the Kremlin offers amazing.
You cannot miss the Spasskaya Tower, which is the main entranceway of the Kremlin. It's the most famous of the nine remaining towers.
In 2000, the Kremlin became listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Kul Sharif Mosque
This is probably the most famous sight of Kazan. It is named after Imam Kul Sharif, who died defending the city against Ivan the Terrible's army. This new mosque was opened in 2005 to celebrate the 1,000-year anniversary of the founding of Kazan.
Be sure to visit the mosque inside too as the interior is just as stunning as the building itself.
Annunciation Cathedral
You can find it on the territory of Kazan Kremlin. It is the most ancient of the remaining buildings in architectural ensemble. Construction began shortly after the siege by Ivan the Terrible and was completed in 1562.
Today, Annunciation Cathedral is not only a place of worship but also a museum, with ancient icons and clerical books on display.
Ekiyat Puppet Theatre
This impressive theatre was founded in 1934 and looks like a child's fairytale castle. It's worth coming just to see the building from the outside. Since 1974, the theatre has been part of UNIMA - the International Organization of Puppet Theatres. A visit to Ekiyat is a great idea for families while staying in Kazan and should be on everyone's list.
Sviyazhsk Island
Sviyazhsk stands at the place where the river Sviyaga flows into the Volga. You will not find any public transport, industry or modern buildings,
but among different sites on the island there is Trinity Church – the first Orthodox Church on the Volga, the only preserved wooden church in Sviyazhsk from the times of Ivan the Terrible, which was built without a single nail.
In 1960 Sviyazhsk was added in the list of UNESCO's world heritage sites.

The White Mosque on the territory of the Great Bolgar
Some people like to say the White Mosque reminds them of Taj Mahal. This building was opened only in the summer of 2012, to celebrate an anniversary of the official adoption of Islam by Volga Bulgaria. The complex includes the buildings of the mosque itself, a madrasa and Mufti's residence, surrounding an oratory square. The square has a fountain in the middle. 1200 tons of marble were used during the construction of the Mosque.

Виды туров
Приключения, треккинг
Транссибирская магистраль
Тематические туры (назад в ссср, квесты и тд)
Наблюдение за животными
Речные круизы
Полезная информация
Как начать с нами работать
Визовая поддержка
Ситуация с короновирусом
О климате
Что взять в поездку
Местная кухня
Язык и общение
Правила этикета
Способы оплаты
Устойчивый туризм
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