On the Way to a Bell of Three Saints
View from fortification walls of New Jerusalem Resurrection monastery in Istra on visitors walking to the Bell of Three Saints on the grounds of the monastery. This bell from ruined in WWII bell-tower of the Resurrection church, exact replica Church of the Holy Sepulture constructed in Moscow region in second half of 17th century by order of Moscow Patriarch Nikon. The bell was made by monks Paisy and Sergei Turchaninov. On the bell engraved figures of the fathers of church: Vasily (Basil) the Great, Gregory the Theologian and Johann Chrysostom. Their figures are framed by semicircular arches and barrel-type columns, which pattern is close to ornament of Resurrection Cathedral that majestically stands on background of this picture.
Photo #096 taken on May 14, 2006 during Moscow countryside tour to New Jerusalem (Istra) with my Dear client from Canada, Anna Budz.
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