Red Square (Russian: Krásnaya plóshchad’) is a city square in Moscow. The square separates the Kremlin, the former royal citadel and currently the official residence of the President of Russia, from a historic merchant quarter known as Kitai-gorod. As major streets of Moscow radiate from here in all directions, being promoted to major highways outside the city, Red Square is often considered the central square of Moscow and all of Russia.

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Own a piece of history

Red Square Moscow Kremlin

First named in 1331 with a history dating back to the second century BC, the Kremlin inspires awe and wonder for many living in the Western World. Now, this amazing piece of architecture can be yours, thanks to the talented team at 3D building models.

3D models

3D modelling develops a mathematical representation of any surface or object in three dimensions and 3D Building Models are giving you the chance to own the Red Square Moscow Kremlin. While the technology used to create 3D models has advanced, the concept was in use long before the widespread use of 3D graphics on PCs and laptops. The engineering community uses 3D modelling as a key component in the design of new devices, vehicles and structures. They are also used by architects to develop conceptual designs with intricate levels of detail.


Everything about this 3D building model of the Kremlin sets it apart, from the colour scheme to the intricate level of detail on each spire, you really will feel like you are looking at the real thing. The entire 3D model is steeped in history. Once you own it, you won’t regret it. As you bask in the impressive craftsmanship of walls that were first constructed between 1485 and 1495 and stand in awe of the building that became home to many famous names including Vladimir Lenin and Joseph Stalin you will be glad you made the investment.

Cathedral Square

The detail of the 3D model is spectacular, with all of the Kremlin’s iconic features easy to identify. Cathedral Square is at the heart of the Kremlin. It is surrounded by six buildings, including three cathedrals. The Cathedral of the Dormition, built in 1479 with its impressive limestone façade and five golden cupolas was were all the Tsars were crowned. The other prominent structure in the Kremlin is Ivan the Great Bell Tower. Said to mark the exact centre of Moscow, it was completed at the turn of the 17th century and stands 81 metres tall. It was the tallest building in the city until the revolution. The bell tower not only operated as a clock it also played an important role in the Kremlin’s defences. If an enemy approached, its 21 bells would sound the alarm. However, during the Napoleonic invasion, the original tower was damaged. The world’s largest bell, the Tsar bell, once rang proudly from the tower, now it stands on a pedestal next to the tower.

The perfect opportunity

Don’t pass up the perfect opportunity to own a piece of history, make sure to buy this 3D model of Red Square Moscow Kremlin from 3D Building Models. With every purchase, you will receive the 3D Building Model as a free download in DAE, 3DS, C4D and SKP format. So don’t delay, buy today.