The fortress of Unics Kazan, stage of the 7DAYS EuroCup semifinals game 2


When Ivan the Terrible conquered Kazan in 1552 he ordered to build a fortified enclosure on the ruins of the old castle of the khans that had dominated the city since the beginning of the 15th century. The historical and architectural ensemble of the Kazan Kremlin was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2000, but the citadel that observes from the heights the life in the third capital of Russia has now competition with a new enclosure in which the representative basketball team of the city has become strong during this season. A little more than three kilometers away from the Kazan Kremlin, the new fortress of the city, the Basket Hall, rises. Unics has been intractable in its own court so far this 2018-19 season and didn’t lose at home in European competition so far. And adding all his official games, their home-games standings are of 20 wins and 1 loss.