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The museums of the Kremlin hold millions of items in their archives and thousands of exhibits in their expositions. RBTH chose the main artifacts you have to see no matter the cost.

Top 10 highlights of Moscow Kremlin museums

Postilion's jacket, 1825-1855, Museum no.TK-1874, © The Moscow Kremlin Museums

Coronation heralds, 1797 Tunic for a Knight of the Order of St George, Museum no. © The Moscow Kremlin Museums Tabard of the Herald of the Order of St Anna, Johann Kolb and Maria Österreich, Museum no. © The Moscow Kremlin Museums Tabard and hat for the…

Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia, breathtaking as all of them are in Russia!  The Grand Kremlin Palace was built on orders from Tsar Nicholas I in the mid-19th Century.  The architects outdid themselves!

Russia Travel Inspiration - Grand Kremlin Palace, Moscow, Russia, breathtaking as all of them are in Russia! The Grand Kremlin Palace was built on orders from Tsar Nicholas I in the Century. The architects outdid themselves!

The Grand Kremlin Palace - one of the palaces of the Moscow Kremlin.

The Grand Kremlin Palace, Kremlin, Moscow, Russia.rf - Grand Kremlin Palace, Part 1

Postilion’s jacket and cap, cap by Bruno Frères, Fournrs DE S.A.I./Le Grand Duc Héritier A.A. 1881–1917, Museum no.TK-3051, TK-1590, © The Moscow Kremlin Museums

Coronation heralds, 1797 Tunic for a Knight of the Order of St George, Museum no. © The Moscow Kremlin Museums Tabard of the Herald of the Order of St Anna, Johann Kolb and Maria Österreich, Museum no. © The Moscow Kremlin Museums Tabard and hat for the…

Coat and waistcoat worn by Peter II, 1727–1730, © The Moscow Kremlin Museums.

French Coat and waistcoat worn by Tsar Peter II, Moscow Kremlin Museums, decorated in silver embroidery, worked separately then applied to the velvet and taffeta, rather than embroidered directly onto the coat and waistcoat.

The 'Moscow Kremlin' Faberge Egg, made in 1906. Gift from Nicholas to his wife.  It is the largest of the Faberge eggs.  The top removes to reveal a remarkable miniature of the Cathedral of Assumption ~ where all the Tsars of Russia were crowned.  It is one of the few eggs that have never left Russia.

(known as both) The Moscow Kremlin Egg or The Uspenski Cathedral Egg - Presented to Alexandra by her husband, Nicholas Il. Currently in the Kremlin Armoury Museum in Moscow.

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