Where did the Red Square in Moscow get its name?
Its crimson buildings
Communist Party’s official color
Translation from Old Russian
Blood for the revolution
The Red Square in Moscow has nothing to do with politics, and it has nothing to do with the red color of the surrounding buildings. It was originally called Trinity Square but in the 17th century,
Russians began calling it “Krasnaya Ploschad,” meaning beautiful in Old Russian. Only later did the word “Krasnyi” come to mean the color red.
Answer: The correct answer is Centenary