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Internet users can now visit the Kremlin at the click of a button after the launch of an online tour of the Russian president's official residence
Internet users can now visit the Kremlin at the click of a button after the launch of an online tour of the Russian president's official residence. "Along with well-known sights of the Moscow Kremlin, the new online tour features sites that are part of the Russian president's Kremlin residence and have previously been closed to the public," the Kremlin press service said. Created under an Opening the Kremlin project, the tour offers 60 bird's-eye and close-up views of Russia's main architectural and historical monument, which also is the seat of the country's head of state. "Technologies developed by Russian specialists as part of the Opening the Kremlin project have made it possible for us to show sites with unprecedented precision in pictorial detail - including some minor elements of the architecture and interior designs." Visitors can take the tour at www.openkremlin.ru, which also features an audio guide providing information on interesting facts from the Kremlin's history.
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