13 Sights in Шолохово, Russia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Шолохово, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 13 sights are available in Шолохово, Russia.

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1. Дворцовая башня

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Palace Tower is the quadrilateral blind tower of Novgorod Detites. The tower is a "square" of 10.2 × 11. 2 meters, with a height of 20 meters and a wall thickness of 2 meters on the second floor. The tower originally had six floors, and the vault of the lower floor was removed at the end of the 16th century. There are 37 holes and trenches in the tower. The lower part of the tower has two openings: one on the Detinets side and one on the Volkhov side. On the facade facing the source of Walhoff, there are decorative elements: three circular sockets, a narrow brick runner and a half shaft; Internal murals are preserved on several holes. On the inside of the Kremlin, adjacent to the tower is a 1400-year-old stone extension, which was rebuilt on the basis of archaeological excavations.

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2. церковь Спаса Нерукотворного Образа на Ковалёве

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The Transfiguration Church in Kovalyovo in Novgorodsky District, Novgorod Oblast, Russia, was built around 1345. The church was notable for the frescoes created in the 14th century. The church was destroyed to the ground during World War II and restored in 1970. Fragments of the frescoes have since been reconstructed. The church is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) east of Veliky Novgorod, on the right bank of the Maly Volkhovets River. The Transfiguration Church in Kovalyovo was designated an architectural monument of federal significance (#5310100000).

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3. Церковь Спаса Преображения на Ильине улице

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The Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior is a former Russian Orthodox Church that stands on Ilyina (Elijah) Street in Veliky Novgorod just east of the Marketplace. The current building was built in 1374 and frescoed by Theophanes the Greek in 1378. Substantial portions of those frescoes still remain, including the Christ Pantocrator in the dome, a number of saints inside the south entrance, and The Old Testament Trinity in the western vestry, as well as others. The current building is now a museum, part of the Novgorod State Museum-Preserve.

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4. Церковь Михаила Архангела на Торгу

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The church of the Archangel Michael for auction is an invalid Orthodox Church in Veliky Novgorod. Built in the XIV century, rebuilt in the XV and in the XIX century. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Object "Historical Monuments of Novgorod and Equalisms." Modern address: Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street, house 4, at the intersection with a top street. It forms a single complex and connects with the neighboring church of the Annunciation.

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5. Церковь Власия

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Tserkov Vlasia is located in Veliky Novgorod, north of the end of Lyudin, 250 meters from Novgorod Detinets. It is located at the intersection of Meretskov-Volosova, Kaberov-Vlasyevskaya and Bolshaya Vlasyevskaya streets. It is a four-column, single-headed, one-story, square building on the floor plan, with three leaves completed.

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6. Церковь Фёдора Стратилата на Ручью

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The Church of Theodore Stratilat “on the stream” is the Orthodox Church of 1360-1361 buildings in Veliky Novgorod. Located at the intersection of Andreevskaya Street and Fyodorovsky Street. The architectural monument is museumified and open to visit.

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7. Церковь Димитрия Солунского

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Dimitrius Solunsky Church with a bell tower is a parish church in the Russian Orthodox Diocese of Novgorod, located at the intersection of Fedorovsky Ruchey and Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street in Greater Novgorod. Adjacent to it is Clement Church.

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8. Знаменский собор

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Znamensky Cathedral - located in Veliky Novgorod near the Church of the Savior of Transfiguration on Ilyin Street. It was laid in 1682 on the site of the dismantled temple of the XIV century - the Church of the Sign of the Mother of God.

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9. Новгородский кремль

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The Novgorod Detinets, also known as the Novgorod Kremlin, is a fortified complex (detinets) in Veliky Novgorod, Russia. It stands on the left bank of the Volkhov River about two miles north of where it empties out of Lake Ilmen.

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10. Церковь Параскевы-Пятницы

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Church of St. Paraskevi in Veliky Novgorod is one of Russia's oldest churches, dating from 1207. The church is located at the city center, at the former Yaroslav's Court and the market square. It is currently a museum.

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11. Церковь Успения на Торгу

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The most sacred church of the Ascension of the Virgin Mary is located in the north of the Yaroslavov Courtyard in Novgorod, at the intersection of Moscow Street and Ealing Street. Palas Keva Friday Church is nearby.

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12. Церковь Георгия на Торгу

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Georgia Tork Church of the Great Martyrs is located in the north of Yaroslavov Dvorshcha in Great Novgorod, at the intersection of Bolshaya Moskovskaya Street and Ilyina Street. Nearby is John's Church in Opolka.

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13. Церковь Иоанна на Опоках

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The Church of John the Baptist on Opoki is located at Yaroslavov Dvorshche in Great Novgorod. Located west of St. George's Church. The main throne of the church is sanctified in memory of John the Baptist.

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