Xtra - players, staff visit Moscow's Red Square
02 October 2013|Tottenham Hotspur
Players and staff visited Moscow's famous Red Square on Wednesday morning.
One of the most recognised landmarks in the world, Red Square includes St Basil's Cathedral, with its multi-coloured domes, the Kremlin Wall and Spasskaya Tower, Lenin's Maussoleum, the GUM department store, the State Historical Museum, the Kazan Cathedral and the Iberian Gate and Chapel.
The group then made the short trip to visit the spectacular Cathedral of Christ The Saviour, just south-west of the Kremlin on the bank of the Moskva River.
The squad will train at the Saturn Stadium, Ramenskoye, this evening ahead of Thursday's game against Anji Makhachkala in Matchday Two of Group K in the Europa League.
Our photograps show - above - Steffen Freund in front the Kremlin Wall and Spasskaya Tower; below - Kyle Walker, Jermain Defoe and Gylfi Sigurdsson in front of the Cathedral of Christ The Saviour and the group in front of St Basil's Cathedral.