|Native name |
Russian: Моско́вский Кремль
|Coordinates||55°45′6″N 37°37′4″E / 55.75167°N 37.61778°ECoordinates: 55°45′6″N 37°37′4″E / 55.75167°N 37.61778°E|
|Area||27.7 hectares (0.277 km2)|
|Official name: Kremlin and Red Square, Moscow|
|Criteria||i, ii, iv, vi|
|Designated||1990 (14th session)|
The Moscow Kremlin, usually just called the Kremlin, is a fortress in the center of Moscow, where most of the Russian government works. It is where the President of Russia lives, and the term "the Kremlin" is often used to mean the Russian government. It is on the left bank of the Moskva River and southwest of Red Square.
The Kremlin and Red Square are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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