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The main attraction in Pskov, population 200,000, is not the train station, but its kremlin, or krom.
The highlights of the city are the religious buildings inside the ancient white walls of its 16th century kremlin, or citadel, one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites.
The kremlin is just a short walk away from the lively Bauman Street, which is filled with tourists and students along its many bars, restaurants, nightclubs and souvenir shops.
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Origin and Etymology of kremlin
First Known Use: 1662See Words from the same year
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