The obverse of the coin at the top the emblem of the USSR of the sample of 1956 (15 bands of tape around the number of the Union republics, the lower coil larger than the other). Under the emblem of a large letter "СССР" yet below is the value: a large figure "3" under it the word "РУБЛЯ" At the very bottom near Kant is the year of coinage - "1989". In the bottom left, under the horizontal line in the two lines marked metal, fineness and weight of pure silver - "Ag 900 to 31.1" on the right side under the same trait located at the same level, is a mark of the Moscow mint
(stylized letters "ММД".
On the reverse in the center the relief image of the Moscow Kremlin in its original form (no tents high on the towers and no decorative elements), visible inside the Palace of facets, the Annunciation and assumption cathedrals. Upstairs along the rim, a semicircular inscription: "500-ЛЕТИЕ ЕДИНОГО РУССКОГО ГОСУДАРСТВА" down more finely along the rim "МОСКОВСКИЙ КРЕМЛЬ" Under the figure indicate the date of construction of the Kremlin - "XVв."
On the front and back parts of the coin along the circumference has a raised rim.
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The first stone Kremlin in Moscow appeared in the times of Dmitry Donskoy, replacing the wooden fortifications. In the future, the Kremlin's territory was expanding, and at the end of XV - beginning of XVI century the old walls were replaced with new, built of brick on white stone base. In the XVIII-XIX centuries the territory was reconstructed several times, was also added tents to towers and some elements of the architecture of the walls (including decorative prongs). Only since the late nineteenth century, the Kremlin became colored in red, before that was white. The Soviet time has left a tangible imprint on the architectural ensemble, many buildings inside were demolished and replaced by a new one.