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Temples, churches, monasteries. History through architecture.

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Nizhny Novgorod


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Photo 1. Early morning
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Photo 2. The walls of the Kremlin over the Volga
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Photo 3. View of the Eye and the arrow from the Kremlin
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Photo 4. The main tower of the Kremlin - Dmitrievskaya
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Photo 5. Holy Pechersky Ascension Monastery
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Photo 6. Holy Pechersky Ascension Monastery
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Photo 7. Fragment of the monastery courtyard
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Photo 8. Fragment of the monastery courtyard with the Assumption Church
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Photo 9. Weak soil - the main enemy of the bell towers
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Photo 10. View from under the arch of the East Gate
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Photo 11. Head of the Ascension Cathedral
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Photo 12. Church of Euthymius of Suzdal (1645)
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Photo 13. View from the Kremlin on the arrow. Right Volga, left Oka
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Photo 14. Church of Elijah the Prophet (1655)
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Photo 15. View of the Church of the Nativity of John the Baptist (1674-1683)
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Photo 17. The Archangel Cathedral of the Kremlin (1628-1631)
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Photo 18. Dmitriev Tower of the Kremlin
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Photo 19. Bell tower of the Forerunner Church
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Photo 20. The Archangel Cathedral of the Kremlin (1628-1631)
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Photo 21. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral on the arrow
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Photo 22. View of the Church of the Nativity of St. John the Forerunner (1674-1683)
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Photo 23. View of the Church of the Nativity of St. John the Forerunner (1674-1683)
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Photo 24. Church of the Ascension (1876)
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Photo 25. Church of Myrrh-Bearers (1649)
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Photo 26. Church of Myrrh-Bearers (1649)
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Photo 27. The dome of the Sergiev church (XIX century)
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Photo 28. View of the Oka and Kanavinsky Bridge


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Photo 29. Assumption Church on Ilinsky Hill (1672)
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Photo 30. Assumption Church on Ilinsky Hill (1672)
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Photo 31. Assumption Church on Ilinsky Hill (1672)
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Photo 32. Assumption Church on Ilinsky Hill (1672)
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Photo 33. The domes of the Stroganov Nativity Church
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Photo 34. View of the Nativity Church and the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
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Photo 35. Volzhskiye Dali
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Photo 36. The bell tower of Stroganov Christmas Church
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Photo 37. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
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Photo 38. Christmas Church
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Photo 39. Christmas Church
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Photo 40. Bell Tower of the Nativity Church
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Photo 41. Church of the Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God (1680-1697)
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Photo 42. Church of the Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God (1680-1697)
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Photo 43. Vladimir Church (1902-1907)
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Photo 44. Church of the Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God (1680-1697)
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Photo 45. Savior Cathedral (1822) - the only witness of the famous fair
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Photo 46. Savior Cathedral (1822)
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Photo 47. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (1868-1881)
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Photo 48. Savior Cathedral (1822) - the first experience of Auguste Montferrand
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Photo 49. View of the Annunciation Monastery
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Photo 50. Monument to Minin and Pozharsky
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Photo 55. View of the Church of the Nativity of St. John the Forerunner (1674-1683)
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Photo 56. View of the Church of the Nativity of St. John the Forerunner (1674-1683)
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Photo 57. New Holy Gates of the Pechersk Ascension Monastery
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Photo 58. View of the Holy Gate from the side
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Photo 59. Muslim mosque
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Photo 60. Evening view of the Pechersk Ascension Monastery
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Photo 61. Christmas Church
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Photo 62. Christmas Church
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Photo 63. Christmas Church
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Photo 64. Bell tower of the Nativity Church



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