The Russian poet Lermontov had this to say of the Kremlin in 1833, 'What can compare to the Kremlin which sits on a high hill like the crown of sovereignty on the brow of an awesome ruler. No!', he went on, 'neither the Kremlin, nor the walls, nor its dark passages, nor the splendid palaces can be described. They must be seen, they must be seen!'
Excellent for 2nd day