White-Stone Cathedral of the Saviour Against Rain Clouds in Spring
View on the white-stone Cathedral of the Saviour (Spassky Sobor) framed by trees on the grounds of St. Andronik (Andronikov) monastery against grey clouds before a spring rain. The old church constructed in 1420–1427 is one of the oldest surviving stone edifices in Moscow. Andrei Rublev, the monastery monk and the famous Russian medieval icon painter, painted this cathedral and buried here in 1430.
Photo #142 taken on May 13, 2007 during Russian Church Architecture Tours with my Dear clients from Canada, Annie Budz.
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