The Great Gun of Moscow or Tsar's Cannon at Kremlin gardens. Even though the cannon was never used at wartime, it served as symbol of the Russian dynasty from the 16th century onwards.

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Creator

CLARKE, Edward Daniel

Title

The Great Gun of Moscow or Tsar's Cannon at Kremlin gardens. Even though the cannon was never used at wartime, it served as symbol of the Russian dynasty from the 16th century onwards.

Alternative Title

[Great Gun of Moscow.]

Date

1810

Bibliographic Citation

CLARKE, Edward Daniel. Travels in various countries of Europe, Asia and Africa by Edward Daniel Clarke LL.D. Part the First. Russia Tatary and Turkey, London, Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1810.

Identifier

clarke3_22

Spatial Coverage

Moscow

Russia

Subject

State and military institutions - Diplomatic relations

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CLARKE, Edward Daniel, “The Great Gun of Moscow or Tsar's Cannon at Kremlin gardens. Even though the cannon was never used at wartime, it served as symbol of the Russian dynasty from the 16th century onwards.,” travelogues, accessed July 19, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/56735.