[[תמונה:Manezhnaya.jpg|שמאל|ממוזער|250px|[[שער איוורסקיה]] המוביל ל[[הכיכר האדומה|כיכר אדומה]] - השערים היחידים של חומת קיטאי-גורוד ששרדו עד ימינו.]]
[[תמונה:Plevna monument.jpg|שמאל|ממוזער|250px|מבט על שערי אליהו הקדוש בחומת קיטאי-גורוד
'''קיטאי-גורוד''' (ב[[רוסית]]: '''Китай-город'''; מילולית: "העיר הסינית" / "[[צ'יינה טאון]]") הוא שמה של שכונה במרכז [[מוסקבה]] [[עיר בירה|בירת]] [[רוסיה]].
The walls were erected in 1536-39 by an Italian architect known under the Russified name [[Petrok Maly]] and originally featured 13 towers and six gates. They were as thick as they were high, the average being six meters in both dimensions. The last of the towers were demolished in the 1930s, but small portions of the wall still stand. One of two remaining parts of the wall is located in Zaryadye and the other near the exit from the [[Okhotny Ryad]] station of [[Moscow Metro]] behind the [[Hotel Metropol (Moscow)|Hotel Metropol]].
Recently the Moscow mayor announced plans for a full-scale restoration of the wall. City officials also plan to close Kitai-gorod to automobile traffic. Since 1995, the wall has been extensively rebuilt, and a new tower has been added. Inside the tower are a couple of restaurants and bars.
Apart from Red Square, the quarter is bordered by the chain of [[Central Squares of Moscow]], notably [[Theatre Square]] (in front of [[Bolshoi Theatre]]), [[Lubyanka Square]] (in front of the [[Lubyanka (KGB)|KGB headquarters]]), [[Slavyanskaya Square]]. Bourse Square on [[Ilyinka Street]] is situated entirely within Kitai-gorod.