National Geographic : 1917 Mar
THIE RED SQUARE: MOSCOW Lying between the Kremlin and the Inner City, this great space in the heart of Moscow has an area ofmore than thirty acres. Totheright is seen a part of the battlemented wall of the Kremlin. In the center of the picture is the unforgettable Cathedral ofSt.Basil. Totheleft may be seen a portion of the front facade of the famous Trading Rows, erected at a cost of nearly $8,ooo,ooo (including thesite), forwholesale and retail shops and offices. The Historical Museum and the Kazan Cathedral bound the square on the fourth(north) side.