Churches of Suzdal Kremlin
Great view of the beautiful churches inside Kremlin of Suzdal from partially survived rampart.
In front of this picture stands the wooden St. Nicholas church that was built in the village Grotovo in Yuriyev-Polsky Dirstric in 1766. In 1960, when a special place had not been allotted for museum of Wooden Architecture and Peasant Life yet, the wooden church was moved and assembled right in front of the main cathedral of Suzdal Kremlin, the white-stone Nativity Cathedral, constructed in 1222-1225 on the site of two even earlier temples.
Photo #830 taken on June 09, 2013
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