Rostov Kremlin

An architectural ensemble of the Rostov Kremlin (the Metropolitan's courtyard) is a visiting card of Rostov Velikiy (The Great). Reflecting in the waters of lake Nero it thrills spectacular with its grandeur. The Kremlin consisted of three independent areas.

The wooden roofs of the towers and walls of Rostov Kremlin were restored in 1950s-1960s, after a strong storm has ripped through Rostov Veliky on August 24, 1953, taking with it most of wooden construction. The chief architect during the restoration works was Vladimir Sergeevich Banige (1905-1973).

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