17 Sights in Kazan, Russia (with Map and Images)

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Here you can find interesting sights in Kazan, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 17 sights are available in Kazan, Russia.

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1. Государственный Большой концертный зал им. С. Сайдашева

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The State Great Concert Hall of Salih Saidashev was built in 1967 according to the project of architects M. Kh. Agishev, E. I. Prokofiev, V. P. Loginov. The two-storey building on Freedom Square consists of the Large, Small and Rehearsal Hall and other premises. In June 1996, the building underwent a radical reconstruction. In 1997, a large organization of the Dutch company "Flentrop" was installed. On the initiative of public and cultural organizations in 2000, it was decided to rename the memory of Salih Saidashev and assign his name to the GBKZ.

Wikipedia: Государственный Большой концертный зал им. С. Сайдашева (RU)

2. The Palace of Agriculture of Republic Tatarstan

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The Farmer's Palace is a building in the historical center of Kazan, Vakhitovsky District. Located on Palace Square near the northern wall of the Kazan Kremlin and the Kazanka embankment. The headquarters of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Main Veterinary Department, the Republican Agro-Industrial Center for Investments and Innovations and a number of subordinate organizations. The Palace of Farmers has become one of the most famous modern attractions of the city.

Wikipedia: Дворец земледельцев (RU)

3. Youth theater on Bulak

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Youth theater on Bulak билгесез / Намуслы куллану

"Bolakta" Yashlar Theaters — Kazanda 2010 eldan eshlauche, dәүlət hisabynda tormauchy yashlər theaters. Yash kolleksellarnyn iҗadi teləkləren tormyshka ashyru үzəge, Aurupa formatynda experimental tamashalar kuyu maydany. Zamancha ut kuyu, musical korylysh belan tamashachyny uzenə tarta. Tamashalar rus telenda bara. Səngat җitəkchese — TR atkazangan səngat eshleklese Рөstəm Mullanur uly Vatkullin.

Wikipedia: «Болакта» Яшьләр театры (TT)

4. Galeev mosque

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Galeev mosque Дмитрий Сагдеев / GFDL 1.2+

Galeyev Mosque is a mosque in Kazan, Russia. It was built in 1798-1801 at the expense of the merchant Musa Mamyashev in the forms of early classicism of the late XVIII century. It is located on Gabdulla Tukay Street, in the northern part of the Old Tatar Settlement, near the former Senny Bazaar. Two-storey two-hall mosque-jami with an octagonal three-tiered minaret in the center of the roof.

Wikipedia: Галеевская мечеть (RU)

5. «Ekiyat» Tatar State Puppet Theater

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The Tatar State Puppet Theater "Ekiyat" is the largest and one of the oldest puppet theaters in Russia. It is located in Kazan on Peterburgskaya Street in the Vakhitovsky district of the city. The name of the theater is derived from the word tat. akiyat — "fairy tale". Built in the form of a fairy-tale castle-palace, the theater building is an important and popular attraction of the city.

Wikipedia: Экият (театр) (RU)

6. Дом Ушковой

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The House of Zinaida Ushkova is a building in Kazan, in the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia, which was reconstructed in the beginning of the 20th century in an eclectic style. It is an impressive sight in the city center and an object of Russian heritage. In 1919 it became a central building of the National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan and is now open to visitors and tourists.

Wikipedia: Ushkova House (EN)

7. Philanthropist monument

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Philanthropist monument не известен / Добросовестное использование

Asgat Galimzyanovich Galimzyanov was a prominent philanthropist in the Soviet Union, Tatarstan and Russia. When he worked as a porter in Kazan Collective Farm Market, he raised cattle in his shed and donated more than 80 buses and cars to orphanages in the Soviet Union and Russia with the money, which became the embryonic form of benefactor monument in downtown Kazan.

Wikipedia: Галимзянов, Асгат Галимзянович (RU)

8. Главный дом городской усадьбы Урванцовых

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The main house of the urban estate of the Urvantsovs - K. Marx, 11 - is a building built at the end of the XVIII century in the historical center, in the Vakhitovsky district of the city of Kazan. It is a landmark of K. Marx Street, an object of cultural heritage and an architectural monument of regional importance

Wikipedia: Дом Л. Н. Урванцева (улица Маркса, 11) (RU)

9. Хабад Любавич

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Хабад Любавич билгесез / Намуслы куллану

Kazan Yaһүd җәmgyyate — Tatarstan Respublikasy bashkalasy Kazanda yashəүche yaһүdylərnenң Kazan shәһәrendә urnashkan iҗtimagy oyeshmasy, Kazan yaһud җəmgyatenen anddar-offices, federal әһәmiyatkә iya mәdani miras objects, ber үk vakytta Chabad-Lubavich synagogueas, chorale synagogue.

Wikipedia: Казан синагогасы (TT)

10. Monument of Musa Jalil

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The Monument to Musa Jalil is a monumental complex erected in 1966 on 1 May Square in Kazan in memory of the Hero of the Soviet Union, Lenin Prize laureate - patriotic poet Musa Jalil, a member of the anti-fascist underground, executed in a Nazi prison in 1944.

Wikipedia: Памятник Мусе Джалилю (Казань) (RU)

11. Кафедральный собор Покрова Пресвятой Богородицы

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The Cathedral of the Appearance of the Kazan Icon of the Most Holy Theotokos is an Old Believer Orthodox church in Kazan, the cathedral of the Kazan-Vyatka Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Old-Rite Church (ROCC). One of the two temples of the ROCC in the city.

Wikipedia: Покровский кафедральный собор (Казань) (RU)

12. Kazan Kremlin

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The Kazan Kremlin is the chief historic citadel of Russia, situated in the city of Kazan. It was built at the behest of Ivan the Terrible on the ruins of the former castle of Kazan khans. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000.

Wikipedia: Kazan Kremlin (EN)

13. Музей-квартира Мусы Джалиля

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Musa Jalil, full name - Musa Mustafovich Zalilov - Soviet Tatar poet and journalist, war correspondent. Hero of the Soviet Union (1956), Laureate of the Lenin Prize. Member of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) since 1929.

Wikipedia: Муса Джалиль (RU)

14. Никольский кафедральный собор

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The Nikolsky Sobor in Kazan is a temple complex of the Kazan and Tatarstan Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in the Vakhitovsky District of Kazan, on Bauman Street. Since 1946 it has been acting as a cathedral.

Wikipedia: Никольский собор (Казань) (RU)

15. National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan

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The National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan is a research, cultural and educational institution, the leading museum center of Tatarstan and one of the largest cultural and historical museums in the Volga region.

Wikipedia: Национальный музей Республики Татарстан (RU)

16. Спасо-Преображенский собор

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The Transfiguration Monastery is an invalid Orthodox monastery in the southwestern part of the Kazan Kremlin. Founded in 1556 by Archimandrite Barsonophy. Monument of Russian architecture of the XVI - XIX centuries.

Wikipedia: Спасо-Преображенский монастырь (Казань) (RU)

17. Храм св. Мученицы Параскевы Пятницы

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The Church of the Holy Great Martyr Paraskeva Pyatnitsa is a parish church of the Kazan Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in the city of Kazan, in the immediate vicinity of the Kazan Kremlin.

Wikipedia: Церковь святой великомученицы Параскевы Пятницы (Казань) (RU)

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