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This is not just a historical object of cultural heritage, but a museum-reserve, the only center of Tatar culture and traditions on the planet.
The Kazan Kremlin has been perfectly preserved, retaining its unique features and appearance. This Tatar fortress is located in the very center of Kazan, so you will definitely not pass by.
Kul Sharif Mosque in Kazan
According to legend, after Russian troops took Kazan in the 16th century, the mosque was burned to the ground, and Kul Sharif himself, a warrior and prophet of Muhammad, was killed. However, the outlines of that mosque remained, which simply amazed the conquerors. As a result, Ivan the Terrible repeated them in the Cathedral of St. Basil the Blessed. The mosque in Kazan was re-built and reopened in 2005 and has now become a decoration of the city center..