27 Sights in Suzdal, Russia (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Suzdal, 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 27 sights are available in Suzdal, Russia.

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1. Церковь Иконы Божией Матери Знамение

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The Church of the Sign in Mzhara, or the Znamenskaya Church is the parish church of the Suzdal city deanery of the Vladimir Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church in Suzdal, located at the entrance to the city near the former Vladimir outpost on the banks of the Mzhara River, the tributary of Kamenka. The summer temple that has survived to this day was built in 1749 and forms an architectural ensemble along with a separate bell tower and the winter Risopolozhenskaya Church (1777).

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2. Пятницкая церковь

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The Paraskeva Pyatnitsa Church, or Pyatnitskaya Church, is a church in central Suzdar, located between the trading house and the Kremlin fortifications. Built in 1772, it formed a single complex in the 18th century with the nearby Jerusalem Summer Entrance Church and the demolished bell tower with concave tents. The whole complex is surrounded by a low brick fence with a gate, and the shape of the stone vault is drawn from the wooden structure.

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3. Входоиерусалимская церковь

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Jerusalem Entrance Church, or Jerusalem Entrance Church, is a church in central Suzdar between the high street and the Kremlin fortifications. Built between 1702 and 1707, it formed a single complex in the 18th century with the nearby warm Pyatnitskaya church and the demolished bell tower with concave tents. The whole complex is surrounded by a low brick fence with gates, and the stone vault of the fence is designed as a baptized bucket.

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4. Церковь Иконы Божией Матери Тихвинская

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The Temple of the Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God or Tikhvin Church is a former Orthodox church in Suzdal, located on the right bank of the Kamenka River. The temple, consecrated in honor of the Tikhvin Icon of the Mother of God, was built, according to various sources, at the end of the XVII century or the beginning of the XVIII century and has reached our days without an altar part (apse) and a porch with a hipped bell tower.

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5. Ризоположенский монастырь

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Rizopolozhensky Monastery is a monastery located in the center of Suzdar. One of the few monasteries in Russia, established reliably even before the Mongol invasion. The existing buildings were mainly developed in the 16th-17th century. Buildings north of the monastery were destroyed during Soviet times. Throughout church history, it is known for the spiritual exploits of Sister Eufrosinia.

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6. Церковь Антипия, епископа Пергамского

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The Church of the Antipia, the Bishop of the Pergamon, or the Antipyevsky Church - the Winter Temple in the central part of Suzdal, located between the trading square and the Rizopolozhensky monastery. Dates back to 1745; It has a paired summer Lazarevsky church (1667). The bell tower of the Antipyevsky Church is one of the most elegant and noticeable in Suzdal.

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7. Церковь Богоявления Господня

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The Church of the Epiphany of the Lord is a summer temple in the tanneous settlement of Suzdal, located in a lowland on the right bank of the Kamenka River. The stone temple that has survived to this day was built in 1781. Together with the next winter church of Christmas, John the Baptist (1739) forms an architectural ensemble.

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8. Церковь Симеона Столпника

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Simeon Stolpnik Church or Simeon Church is a winter church in Suzdar, located next to Spaso-Evfimiev Monastery. Built in 1749, it is a "paired" summer church with the image of the Madonna of Smolensk (1696-1706). It forms a complex with the Smolensk Summer Church and the independent clock tower at the end of the 18th century.

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9. Собор Рождества Пресвятой Богородицы

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The Cathedral of the Nativity of the Theotokos in Suzdal, Russia, is a World Heritage Site. It is one of the eight White Monuments of Vladimir and Suzdal and one of the most complex monuments of Russian medieval architecture. It was originally constructed during the reign of Vladimir II Monomakh in the late 11th century.

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10. Церковь Рождества Иоанна Предтечи

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The John the Baptist Church of the Nativity, or Church of the Nativity, is a winter church in the town of Leather, Suzdar, on the right bank of the Kamenka River. It was built in 1739, and a bell tower with a concave tent was built in 1740, forming a complex with the summer Epiphany church that appeared in 1781.

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11. Церковь Петра и Павла

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The Church of Peter and Paul is an architectural monument of the late XVII century, located in the city of Suzdal directly at the South, the main entrance to the Pokrovsky monastery. The main summer church of the ensemble from two churches, next to the winter church of St. Nicholas is located nearby.

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12. Церковь Положения Ризы Господней

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Rizopolzhenskaya Church or Rizopolzhenskaya Church in Mzhara is an Orthodox church in Suzdar, located at the city entrance near Vladimirskaya Zastava in front of 22 Lenin Street. Built in 1777, the Winter Church consists of the early-built Summer Znamenskaya Church (1749) and a separate bell tower.

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13. Церковь Николая Чудотворца

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The Church of St. Nicholas or Nikolskaya Church is the Winter Church in Suzdal, located at the main entrance to the Pokrovsky monastery on the right bank of the Kamenka River. It was built in 1712 and together with the summer Petropavlovsk Church (1694) forms an architectural ensemble.

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14. Церковь Николая Чудотворца Крестовская

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The Cross-Nikolsk Church is the temple of the Vladimir diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in Suzdal, located in the northern part of the shopping arcades, built in 1770. The architectural feature of this church is that it looks different from the opposite sides.

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15. Церковь Илии Пророка

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The Church of Elijah of the Prophet on Ivanova Gora, or the Ilyinsky Church, is the parish church of the Suzdal deanery of the Vladimir Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church in Suzdal in the bend of the Kamenka River, located opposite the Suzdal Kremlin. Built in 1744.

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16. Васильевский монастырь

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Vasilyevsky Monastery is a monastery in Vladimir Diocese of Russian Orthodox Church, located in the eastern suburb of Suzdar City. Its main buildings are the Vasilyevsky Cathedral (1662-1669), the Sretenskaya Dining Church, and the fence with the low holy gate.

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17. Церковь Николая Чудотворца из Глотово

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The Church of St Nicholas, which moved from the village of Grotovo to Suzdal, is a monument to wooden buildings in the mid-18th century. It is an exhibit of the Kremlin Museum Complex in Suzdar and is operated and managed by the Vladimir-Suzdar Museum Reserve.

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18. Церковь Иконы Божией Матери Смоленская

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The church of the Smolensk Icon of the Mother of God is the parish church of the Suzdal city deanery of the Vladimir Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church in the city of Suzdal, a monument of Russian architecture of the late XVII - early XVIII century.

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19. Церковь Иконы Божией Матери Казанская

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The Church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God, or the Kazan Church is the Winter Church on the retail square of Suzdal near the shopping rows, built in 1739. A few dozen meters from it is the pair summer Voskresenskaya Church (1720).

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20. Церковь Космы и Дамиана

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The Church of Kosma and Damian on Yarunova Gora, or the Kozmodemyanskaya Church - the parish temple of the Vladimir diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, located in Suzdal on the left bank of the Kamenka River. Built in 1725.

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21. Церковь Рождества Христова

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The Church of the Nativity of Christ or Christ's Church is a winter church built in 1775 in Suzdal, located at the fortress shaft in the southeastern part of the Kremlin. It has a paired summer St. Nicholas Church (1720-1739).

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22. Церковь Александра Невского

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St Alexander's Church in Nevsky, one of three in the southeastern region of Suzdar, is known as the Mihari or Mikhailov side. Built in the early 20th century, it is the only surviving Russian-style church in Suzdar.

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23. Церковь Иоанна Предтечи

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The Church of the Beauty of John the Baptist is a church in the central part of Suzdal, built in 1720. It is located a little south of the retail space at the Kremlin defensive fortifications at 55a Lenin Street.

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24. Церковь Воскресения Словущего

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The Church of the Resurrection for Trading, or the Voskresenskaya Church is a summer church on the main city square of Suzdal near the shopping rows, built in 1720. A paired winter Kazan Church (1739) is nearby.

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25. Собор Преображения Господня

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Spaso-Preobrazhensky Sobor-the catholicon of the Spaso-Evfimiev monastery in Suzdal, a monument of Russian architecture of the late 16th century. Currently, it is part of the Vladimir-Suzdal Museum-Reserve.

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26. Церковь Успения Пресвятой Богородицы

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The Church of the Ascension of the Most Holy Virgin at the Prince's Court is a church in the Russian Orthodox Vladimir parish, located in the east of the Suzdar Kremlin. It was built in the 17th century.

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27. Церковь Иконы Божией Матери Всех Скорбящих Радость

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The Church of the Icon of the Virgin of All the Grieving, or Church of Grieving, is an Orthodox "warm" church in Suzdar, built between 1750 and 1787. In 1707, it had a summer royal Constantine church.

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