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Treasures Inside the Kremlin

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Glorious parades, bloody uprisings, extravagant coronation ceremonies and grand state funerals have all graced the rooms of the Kremlin. But what's it actually like to work there? For the first time cameras have been allowed exclusive access to the innermost areas of the building that has held the seat of Russian power for 600 years. This revealing documentary explores the building's hidden rooms and treasures, and hears from those charged with looking after Russia's political leaders. These men and women provide a new perspective on the everyday life of one of the world's most secretive institutions, and offer a unique glimpse into its past. Director Eric Friedler ; Executive producers Tomas Schreiber and Carol Sennett City of secrets: paqe 13

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Director: Eric Friedler
Producers: Tomas Schreiber
Producers: Carol Sennett

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Treasures Inside the Kremlin

BBC Two England, 16 September 2006 21.00






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