Kazan Arbat- the pedestrian zone- Bauman street
The centre of the city- the Bauman street- is the main artery of the city, the most beautiful place, a proud of Kazan, where you can feel the variety of the city, admire the beauty of local girls, to drink a cup of coffee, and also to renew your clothes. You can also see many monuments of architecture, and all kinds unexpected sights.
The Temple of All Religions
We invite you to visit The Temple of All Religions, which combines various styles of buildings of different cultures and religions into one. The colorful temple is believed to be one of the most unusual landmarks of Russia. This is a centre of spirituality, a place where bodies and spirits could be cured.
The main idea of the Universal Temple is that all World religions are equal and they all lead to light and peace. This is the only place in the world where the Orthodox and Catholic churches, the Muslim mosque, the Jewish synagogue and the Buddhist temple harmoniously coexist as one building.
The temple brings together the iconic elements of 16 World religions, as well as symbols of extinct civilizations. You are invited to visit the rooms of Jesus Christ, Buddha, the Catholic Hall, the Egyptian Hall, the theatre hall and the picture gallery.
The Great Bolgar: get acquainted with the civilization of Volga Bolgars and, of course, enjoy its picturesque ruins and majestic ancient buildings, which attract people from all over the world. Located just 200 kilometres south of Kazan, it’s an official UNESCO World Heritage Site. This place is all that remains of the Golden Horde, the once great and powerful country in Eastern Europe.
Be sure to visit the magnificent White Mosque – a copy of snow-white Grand Mosque of Sheikh Zayed in Abu Dhabi , the Museum of Bolgar Civilization ,the Cathedral Mosque, the Black Chamber, and the East Mausoleum, the 700-year-old burial chamber for Bolgar nobility and Khan’s Tomb. Also be sure to check out the largest printed Koran in the world, listed in the Guinness Book of Records.