In the capital Center, on a picturesque hill over the Moskva River, the unique ensemble of the Kremlin rises created by talent and work of many generations. We find the first mention of Moscow in documents of 1147, however excavation in the Kremlin shows that here already there were settlements in the second half of the first millennium B.C. At prince Ivan Kalita in 1339-1340 new walls were built from powerful oak trunks. And already at Dmitry Donskom when Muscovites prepared for resolute fight against Tatars, walls and towers of the Kremlin were laid out from a white stone situated near Moscow. “A reigning hail” called Moscow at Ivan III when it in the second half of the XV century became the capital of the incorporated Russian state. The biggest construction of the Kremlin belongs to this time.