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    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    • Russian Presidential Regiment's Performance at Kremlin's Walls
    © Sputnik/ Kirill Kallinikov
    Servicemen of the Presidential Regiment during the Horse Guard mounting ceremony as part of preparations for the Spasskaya Tower festival. Moscow, Russia.

    Take a look at the Kremlin Regiment's amazing performance.

    The Kremlin Regiment, also called the Presidential Regiment, is a unique Russian military regiment, which ensures the security of the Kremlin, its treasures and state officials and has the status of a special unit. To become a member of the regiment, a servicemember needs to be at least 190 cm tall.

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