Built in the tenth century AD, the Kremlin of Suzdal ', as indeed other kremlins Russians, originally was built as a fortified town, and represented the religious and administrative center of the city of Suzdal', which is the oldest part. Located in the southern part of town, near the Kamenka River, is a must for lovers of art and culture and for those who go to visit Suzdal '. Later, in the late eleventh or early twelfth century, was added to the Kremlin fortress strategically located between a bend of the Kamenka River on three sides and a moat, (to the east, on the fourth), the fortress was surrounded by ramparts present on earth today. A settlement situated to the East became the headquarters for the civilian population, as merchants and artisans, while the Kremlin itself known exclusively for the prince, the archbishop and the high clergy. From the thirteenth to the sixteenth century, the settlement were built many monasteries and churches, among which we remember the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Virgin, which, in turn, you can admire the Golden Gates (real test of 'skill of the artists of the time) in addition to elements from the time of its construction as female masks with obvious Eastern influences. The cathedral is also to admire the whiteness of the rock with which it was made, in contrast to the five-domed wondrous starry blue. Not to be missed, among other buildings housed inside the Kremlin, the Convent of the Intercession and the Monastery of Our Savior and St. Euthymius.