Wooden Architecture Museum Framed by Birch Tree in Winter Twilight
View from Pushkarskaya street at the entrance to the Museum of Wooden Architecture and Peasant Life in winter twilight (blue hour). The museum was established in Suzdal in 1960s and spread out on the right, high bank of the Kamenka River. The elegant wooden church of Transfiguration is rising to the darken skies at the right of the entrance. It was built in 1756 in Kozlyatyevo village. Then in 1967-1968, the church was moved to its new location in Suzdal. In July 21, 2011, the church roof with the onion-shaped dome topped with a cross was destroyed by the fire caused by the lighting in July 21, 2011. In a few years later in was restored.
Photo #693 taken on November 28, 2015
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