Презентация по английскому языку на тему Достопримечательности России (8 класс)
Автор публикации: Гальцева А.Ю.
Дата публикации: 23.11.2016
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THE SPASSKAYA TOWER
Grand Kremlin Palace
St. Basils Cathedral
Why call St. Basils Cathedral St. Basils Cathedral? Earlier, before the XVI century, in the place where now there is St. Basils Cathedral on Red Square in Moscow, there was the church of the Holy Trinity, and in the cemetery at the church was buried Basil Fool (fool-the same as that blissful) .In 1555-1561 years Russian architects Barma and Faster at the behest of tsar Ivan the Terrible built on the site of the old church a new church in honor of the victory of Russian troops over the Kazan Khanate. This temple is called the Intercession on the Moat. Church of the Intercession was unusually picturesque and consists of 9 different-sized churches located around one - center. And in 1588 it was added to another small church - Temple of St. Basil. And the people took it as if it was built in honor of the holy fool Basil, and since then, together with the official name for it, clung popular name - St. Basils Cathedral
MONUMENT TO MININ AND POZHARSKY
GUARD OF HONOR
THE TSAR BELL
RED SQUARE Red Square - the central square of Moscow, adjacent to the Kremlin. Formed in the late XV century. Originally was trading area, then from the XVI century on it took place solemn ceremony and called the Red became the second half of the XVII century. In the years 1555-1560 built St. Basils Cathedral .In 1818 the monument to Minin and Pozharsky. At the end of the XIX century built History Museum, the GUM. In the years 1924-1930 was built the mausoleum of Lenin. At the Kremlin wall are the graves, and in the wall of urns with ashes of prominent Soviet leaders. From Red Square countdown distance is conducted on all highways going from Moscow.