Autumn Scene in the park near St. Vladimir cathedral in Sevastopol
In central part of city Sevastopol near Suvorova street is located a small park on the Central Hill (more than 30 meters above level of Black Sea). It is historical center of the city surrounded with its main streets. In 1888, the majestic Vladimirsky Sobor (St. Vladimir cathedral) was constructed on the hill in Neo-Byzantine style of architecture. The church designed by Academician A.A. Avdeyev became the burial place of the famous Russian Admirals, Lazarev and three of his disciples (Vladimir Kornilov, Vladimir Istomin and Pavel Nakhimov), who died during the siege of Sevastopol by British and French troops in 1854–1855.
Photo #512 taken on September 12, 2013
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