Kazan is a beautiful city 800 km east of the Russian capital Moscow, 300 meters above sea level. It is located on the central plains at the confluence of the Casanca River and the Volga River, one of the longest rivers in Europe. Kazan, or Kazan, is named after the Tartars who inhabited it. It is called the Tatar of the Boiler, meaning the digging of trenches. The city is ranked eighth in terms of population density between Muslims and Christians. The Kremlin, which is classified as a heritage site UNESCO also, has an important industrial, economic and administrative importance, making it one of the most important cities in Russia.
The city of Kazan is one of the most beautiful areas of the Volga. Today it is characterized by modernity. Its beauty is the white Kremlin, located on a green hill, characterized by granite streets surrounded by trees on both sides, as well as high buildings, shops and cultural palaces.
The Kremlin in Kazan is a huge place with many important activities such as important government offices, some pleasant gardens, museums, the huge Al-Sharif Mosque and some other religious buildings, as well as the Hermitage and Tatarstan Natural History Museum. Some of the white limestone stones built by the Kremlin in the 17th century still exist today.
The Temple of all Religions
The temple consists of several types of religious architecture including the Orthodox Church, the mosque, the church, and others.
It is currently under construction, after its construction in 1992 by local artist Ildar Khanov.
The structure is provided as a cultural center and accommodation.
Khanov is famous for his efforts to treat alcoholism, drug addiction and other diseases.
His former and current patients help him maintain the development of the structure, either through direct participation in construction or through his care.
The Temple is not an active temple of any single religion, but instead, it is described as the “temple of culture and truth”.
The temple of all religions has become a popular landmark in the city of Kazan, which prides itself on the peaceful composition of various cultures (Islamic culture of Tatar, Russian Orthodox, etc.).
Visitors are accepted to the temple either for tourism or for asking for help in Khanov.
Khanov says that the temple will eventually consist of 16 domes, and 16 of the world’s major religions including previous religions that are no longer practiced.
Built in 1766-1770, the Marjani mosque was more than two hundred years old at the center of the Muslim Tatars in Tatarstan. A building is built in the medieval architectural style of the Tatars with baroque elements. From the roof of the two-story buildings until the minaret rushes consist of three levels.
Located in Kazan It’s an indoor sporting arena that was Opened in 29August 2005.
Every year TantNeft cup Held is held in the arena.
Ice Hockey: 8,890
Field size 60×30 m
Lake Kapan is one of the landmarks of Kazan, located on the banks of the Volga River. The lake is stunning with its natural scenery, where tourists say it is no less inferior to the luxurious Lake Geneva in Switzerland.
This lake, Kazan Pearl attracts many people, but some of them do not come to enjoy the beauty of its nature, but in an attempt to find the legendary treasure of Kazan, which according to mythology sank in the waters of Lake Kapan.
In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, Kazan was the capital of Khasan Qazan, which was formed by the great Mongol Empire founded by Genghis Khan and his successors. At the time, the cells were in hostility with the Russian tsars, where the great wars and the small border skirmishes were endless. In 1552, after a bloody attack, the tyrannical Ivan IV seized the city of Kazan and annexed it to Russia. The old legend says that people close to Khan Kazan buried their master’s treasury in Lake Kappan the night before the attack, where innumerable treasures of gold and precious jewelry were drowned. Indeed, many have tried to find Khan’s treasure but to no avail. Over time the lake gradually abandoned and turned into a quagmire. In 1913, a Belgian company proposed to the Kazan authorities to clean up the lake, knowing that the company had all the expenses, but on one condition that it had the right to own all that it found in the depths of the lake. And here the inhabitants of Kazan immediately remember the treasures of the cells and wondered if these Belgians do not want to get this treasure? After long thought, the city authorities decided to postpone the matter to better times.
Treasure searches are being conducted to this day but to no avail. The question is, is there really a treasure here at the bottom of this lake? In any case, Khan Kazan can hide his property somewhere underground. But Pal did not congratulate the treasure hunters until the mystery of Lake Caban was uncovered.