Russian architecture in Russia

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Artist , St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow.

Novgorod

Sofia Cathedral
Sofia Cathedral
Hagia Sophia - the oldest monument of Novgorod , was built by the son of Yaroslav the Wise, Grand Prince Vladimir Yaroslavovich in 1045-1052.

Belfry of St. Sophia Cathedral
Belfry of St. Sophia Cathedral
The belfry of St. Sophia Cathedral is a monument of architecture of the XV — XVIII. For the first time in the chronicles it is mentioned in 1437, when information is given there that during the flood the belfry fell into Volkhov along with the fortress wall.

Vladychny yard
Vladychny yard , Novgorod Kremlin.


Old masonry
Antique brickwork.

Church of the Intercession of the Holy Virgin
The Church of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos adjoins the Pokrovskaya Tower, the first chronicle mention refers to the church in 1305, and since that time it was rebuilt several times.

The church belongs to the type of "octagon on a quadrangle" and is one of the few churches of this type, preserved in Novgorod.

Kokuy Tower
The Kokuy Tower (Kukui, Kalancha, Kalanchovskaya) is a quadrangular deaf (impassable) tower in the southwestern part of the Novgorod Detinets, built on the principle of “two octagon over fours”. The tower is crowned with a silvered dome with a prapor of the Novgorod principality, above it a crown and a flower.

Strongly damaged during the war, the tower was restored in the 1960s in the guise of the XVII century.

Andrei Stratelates Church
Church of Andrei Stratelates (XIV — XVII centuries)

View of the Novgorod Kremlin from the Brokeback Bridge
View of the Novgorod Kremlin from the Brokeback Bridge
View of the Novgorod Kremlin and Sophia belfry from the Brokeback Bridge.

Sofia Cathedral and the belfry
Sofia Cathedral and the belfry

Vladimir

Dmitrievsky Cathedral
The Dmitrievsky Cathedral (“Dmitrovsky”) is a court church erected by Vsevolod the Great Nest in the princely court between 1191 and 1197.

Vladimir , park "Limes".

Golden Gate
The Golden Gate with Kozlov Val - the remains of the former powerful fortification of Vladimir.

Virgin Mary Christmas Monastery
Virgin Mary Christmas Monastery.

Bell tower with belfry and throne of Alexander Nevsky
The bell tower with the belfry and the throne of Alexander Nevsky in the territory of the Virgin-Rozhdestvensky male monastery.

Mother of God-Nativity Monastery
Virgin Mary-Christmas monastery. And in the frame - the immortal grandmother.

Smolensk

Church of St. George the Victorious
Church of St. George the Victorious

Transfiguration Avraamiev Monastery
Transfiguration Avraamiev Monastery

Pskov

Trinity Cathedral
Trinity Cathedral
Trinity Cathedral of the Pskov Kremlin. The main cathedral of all the land of Pskov, had the same meaning for Pskov as the Sofia cathedral for Novgorod.

Church of the Intercession and Nativity by Prolom
Church of the Intercession and Nativity by Prolom
Ali is different - Pokrova in the corner (because it is located in the southern corner of the Okolniy town near the Pokrovskaya tower). And Prolom is the site of the collapse of the fortress wall during the siege of Pskov by Stefan Batory, which is why such names are. Amazing small church of the XV — XVI centuries, miraculously preserved to this day. These are two united by a common wall of the church, because such a somewhat strange appearance.

Yard Podznoeva
Yard Podznoeva
Here is almost the same night shot.

Yard Podznoeva. Patio
Yard Podznoeva. Patio

Yard Podznoeva
Yard Podznoeva


Yard Podznoeva. Patio
Yard Podznoeva. Patio
The yard Podznoeva bought by private business, inside a restaurant, cafe, wine cellar and pastry shop (Refectory Chambers, Beer Chambers, Coffee and Pirogovye Chambers). Restored from the ruins as private money.

Church of the Intercession in the Corner
Church of the Intercession in the Corner
Pokrova from Prolom, Pokrova and Christmas from Prolom. The fortress wall, the one that collapsed during the siege of Pskov by Stefan Batory (actually why “Prolom”), is slightly visible on the right.

Church on the Hill
Church on the Hill
The Church of St. Basil on the Hill, the Church of St. Basil the Great or shortly the Church on the Hill (St. Basil on the Hill) is an architectural monument of the 15th — 16th centuries, recently restored.

Pskov Kremlin
Pskov Kremlin
The Pskov Kremlin (Krom) and the Trinity Cathedral from the Pskov River.

Vologda

Peter I House
House of Peter I , a monument of architecture of the end of the XVII century. The first museum in the city, respectively, is the museum of Peter I. The house was built by the Dutch merchant I. Gutman and the emperor probably stayed there, which served as the foundation of the museum.

Vologda , Soviet Ave., 47, Peter I. Square.

Vologda Kremlin
Vologda Kremlin
Bishop's court. In fact, the historic Vologda Kremlin, built by Ivan the Terrible, was confined to the Vologda River, Zolotukhoy (Mira Street) and fortifications along the modern Oktyabrskaya and Leningradskaya streets. And this is a complex of buildings of the Vologda archbishops' courtyard enclosed with fortifications.

Temple in the name of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God
The temple in the name of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God "On the Swamp" (on the Market), a monument of architecture of federal significance. The stone church on the site of burnt wooden was founded in 1760.

Vologda , Torgovaya pl., 6.

Archbishop's Court
Bishop's courtyard , from left to right - the Resurrection Cathedral (behind it is the bell tower of the Sophia Cathedral), the Sophia Cathedral (the oldest building of Vologda , from the times of Ivan the Terrible), Alexander Nevsky Church (the second historical name is the Church of St. Nicholas the Miracle Worker, which is lime).

Temple of Alexander Nevsky
Church of Alexander Nevsky (the second historical name - the Church of St. Nicholas, that lime).

Church of St. John Chrysostom in the District
The Church of St. John Chrysostom in Zarechye (Mironositskaya Church) ( Vologda ).

Suzdal

St. Vasilyevsky Monastery
St. Basil's Monastery , XIII century founding.

The dominant center is the Cathedral in honor of St. Basil the Great (Vasilyevsky), built in 1662–1669.

Wooden sculptures
Wooden sculptures in the background - the Church of the Resurrection of Christ (left) and the Temple of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God (right).

Antipievskaya and Lazarevskaya churches
Antipievskaya and Lazarevskaya churches , Suzdal , Old street.

Tsarekonstantinovskaya Church
Tsarekonstantinovskaya Church , Suzdal , Torgovaya Ploschad. The stone church, built in 1707 on the site of a dilapidated wooden.

Churches of Suzdal
The churches of Suzdal , in the foreground - the Church of the Nativity of John the Baptist, behind it to the right - the Church of Elijah the Prophet Elias Parish (Elias), to the left - the Church of Boris and Gleb (Borisoglebskaya).

Gate Church of the Annunciation
Gate Church of the Annunciation

Transfiguration Cathedral
Savior Transfiguration Cathedral and the belfry, Savior Euthymius Monastery, Suzdal.

The city walls of the Savior Euthymius monastery
The city walls of the Savior Euthymius monastery


Bust to Dmitry Pozharsky
Bust of Dmitri Pozharsky in the square in front of the Travel Tower of the Savior Euthymius monastery.

About the window
About the window


Smolensk church
Smolensk Church (Church in the name of Our Lady of Smolensk) with a bell tower. Architectural styles are different, because the bell tower was built later, which was a frequent occurrence.

Suzdal , Lenin Street, 148a.

Church of the Ascension
Church of the Ascension (Ascension Church).

St. Alexander Monastery
St. Alexander Monastery , founded by Alexander Nevsky in 1240.

Transfiguration Church from the village Kozlyateva
Transfiguration Church from the village Kozlyateva
Transfiguration Church transferred to Suzdal from the village Kozlyateva.

Temple Paraskeva Friday and the Temple of the Entrance of the Lord in Jerusalem
Temple Paraskeva Friday and the Temple of the Entrance of the Lord in Jerusalem.

Suzdal , Kremlin street.

Solovki

Solovetsky Kremlin
Solovetsky Kremlin

Kazan

Fraternal Corps
Fraternal Corps , a monument of architecture, the structure of the XVII century. One of the buildings of the Transfiguration Monastery.

Window
Window

Kazan Kremlin
Kazan Kremlin

Ryazan

Ryazan Kremlin
Ryazan Kremlin
View of the Ryazan Kremlin from the Kremlin wall.

Stables and carriage
Stables and carriage , building on the territory of the Ryazan Kremlin. And the cherry on the cake is now the police station.

Palace of Oleg and the Singing Building
Palace of Oleg and the Singing Building
Oleg Palace (left) and the Singing Building (right). Both buildings of the XVII – XVIII centuries, which came as a complete surprise to me, I thought older for at least a couple of centuries.

Yaroslavl

Ivanov House
Ivanov's house is a monument of civil architecture of the 17th century.

Fedorovsky Cathedral
Fedorovsky Cathedral , Yaroslavl , Bolshaya Fedorovskaya St., 72.

Built in 1687 by the inhabitants of the Tolchkovsky settlement, who were engaged in tanning.

Mikhailovskaya tower
Mikhailovskaya tower of the Transfiguration Monastery.

Epiphany Square
Epiphany Square
Epiphany Square. Until 1992 - the area of ​​Podbelsky. Popular names - Epiphany, Tinker.

Epiphany Square
Epiphany Square , a monument to Yaroslav the Wise, the walls of the Transfiguration Monastery. On the right is the Temple of the Epiphany of the Lord.

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