Wooden Church of St. Nicholas Framed by Trees in Winter Twilight
Beautiful winter landscape of Suzdal with a view of the old wooden church of St. Nicholas on the grounds of Suzdal’s Kremlin framed by trees in the twilight during snowfall. The log church was built in the village Grotovo in Yuriyev-Polsky District in 1766. In 1960, when a special place had not been allotted for the Museum of Wooden Architecture and Peasant Life yet, the wooden church was moved and assembled right nearby the main cathedral of Suzdal Kremlin.
Photo #345 taken on December 24, 2018 during long-distance countryside 2-day tour to the cities of Golden Ring of Russia with my dear clients from Hong Kong, Esther and Ricky.
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