On the dial of the astronomical clock instead "IV"listed "VI" The mistake was discovered rather late, having to mint the half of the circulation of this coin. The coin with the error and without occurs with equal frequency, the value of the two options are also identical. Among the execution of the Proof and UNC of errors are found.
The obverse of the coin box is divided into two parts, each banded by a thin line. In the upper (larger) part of the coat of arms of the USSR of the sample of 1956: the hammer and sickle on a globe, beneath the rising sun, at the top a five-pointed star; the sides of the ears of corn, tied with fifteen turns of the tape, the lower stage is much wider, symbolizes the RSFSR (the rest of the coils - the other republics). At the side of the emblem the inscription "СССР" divided into two parts (the first and last letters are raised). In the lower (smaller) part of the coin disc - a large stylized number "1" under it is the word "РУБЛЬ"
The reverse of the coin a stylized image of the Moscow Kremlin, at the base of the Spasskaya tower is the emblem of the XXII Summer Olympic games 1980 in Moscow (five rings linked together, and the soaring lines, symbolizing the athletic track, with the star at the top). The logo embedded in the pattern. On the right, slightly below the teeth of the Kremlin wall in small print the date of issue of the coin "1978", in Kant's circumference there are inscriptions: "ИГРЫ XXII ОЛИМПИАДЫ""МОСКВА" "1980", separated by dots.
The obverse and reverse of the coin features the speaker on the circumference of the piping.
Artist: V. A. Ermakov.
The sculptor: V. M. Ivanov (obverse) and N.. Noses (reverse).
Date of issue unknown.
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 in the 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.