kremlin

[n] - citadel of Moscow, housing the offices of the Russian government 2. [n] - citadel of a Russian town
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kremlin

Citadel or fortress of Russian cities. The Moscow kremlin dates from the 12th century, and the name `the Kremlin` was once synonymous with the Soviet government. ...
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Kremlin

Krem'lin noun [ Russian kremle .] The citadel of a town or city; especially, the citadel of Moscow, a large inclosure which contains imperial palaces, cathedrals, churches, an arsenal, etc. [ Russia]
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kremlin

noun citadel of a Russian town
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Kremlin

• (n.) The citadel of a town or city; especially, the citadel of Moscow, a large inclosure which contains imperial palaces, cathedrals, churches, an arsenal, etc.
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kremlin

central fortress in medieval Russian cities, usually located at a strategic point along a river and separated from the surrounding parts of the city ...
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Kremlin

Means “fortress in a city” in Russian, and can also refer to the government of the Russian Federation. The actual Kremlin is a fortified complex in Moscow that contains five palaces, as well as the residence of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Kremlin

the citadel — walled central section of a Russian city; best known one is in Moscow; includes several cathedrals, over twenty towers as well as halls and palaces
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kremlin

kremlin (krem'lin) , Rus. kreml, citadel or walled center of several Russian cities; the most famous is in Moscow. During the Middle Ages, the kremlin served as an administrative and religious center and offered protection against military attacks. Thus a kremlin constituted a city in itself, co...
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Kremlin

Kremlin is British slang for New Scotland Yard.
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kremlin

Click images to enlargeCitadel or fortress of Russian cities. The Moscow kremlin dates from the 12th century, and the name `the Kremlin` was once synonymous with the Soviet government
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Kremlin

[government] The state of Montana is divided into 4 regions. ...
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Kremlin

A kremlin (ˈkrʲemlʲ, fortress; same root as in kremen (krʲɪˈmenʲ, flint)) is a major fortified central complex found in historic Russian cities. This word is often used to refer to the most famous one, the Moscow Kremlin, or metonymically to the government that is based there. ==The short list of Russian cities with kremlins== ==Kremlins ou...
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kremlin

a Russian citadel
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