Church of the Conception of St. Anna in the Fall
The Church of the Conception of Anna in the Corner framed by colorful trees in the autumn season. View from the floating footbridge of the park Zaryadye. The top of one of one of seven Stalinist skyscrapers, Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building (residential), and the river Moskva (Moscow) are in the background of the picture.
The Church of the Conception of St. Anna is one of the oldest surviving churches in Zaryadye. According to the chronicles, the wooden church towered on Velikaya (Great) street in 1493. The name of the church “in the Corner” corresponding to its historical location – the temple was built on the outskirts of the densely populated Zaryadye in the corner of the Kitay-gorod wall. In the sixteenth century, St. Anna Church was rebuilt in stone, and the first Russian Tsar Ivan IV the Terrible granted to it a miraculous icon of the Mother of God (Our Lady). The church’s cellar and walls were made from limestone sourced near Moscow, and the vaults and dome drum are lined with small bricks.
Photo #061 taken on October 03, 2019 during Moscow city tour with my Dear clients from India, Amlan, Simi, and Anya.
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