Explore interesting sights in Voronezh, Russia. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 10 sights are available in Voronezh, Russia.List of cities in Russia Sightseeing Tours in Voronezh
1. Памятник первому епископу Воронежскому Святителю Митрофану
Voronezh Saint Mitrofan Monument is a bronze sculpture depicting Mitrofan of Voronezh, Russia's outstanding spiritual educator and the first bishop of Voronezh. Installed in the Pervomaisky Garden in Voronezh, opposite Blagoveshchensk Cathedral. The authors are sculptors I. P. Dikunov and E. N. Pak, and architect V. P. Shevelev. Sculptors A. I. and M. I. Dikunov participated in the creation of various elements of the monument.
2. Воронежский областной краеведческий музей
The Voronezh Regional Museum of Local Lore is one of the leading museums in Voronezh. Museum funds have more than 170 thousand storage units. The most valuable are: ethnographic collection, collection of numismatics, phaleristics, bonistics, sphragistics, philately, a collection of porcelain, ceramics, a collection of weapons and a collection of rare books. The exposition and exhibition area of the institution is 2615 m².
3. Воронежский областной художественный музей им. И.Н. Крамского
The Voronezh Regional Art Museum IN Kramsky is one of the largest cultural centers in Voronezh and the entire Black Soil region. The museum is located in a Baroque palace designed by provincial architect N. N. Ievsky from 1777 to 1779 for General I. A. Potapov, Governor of Voronezh. The building is an architectural monument of federal significance.
4. Памятник Петру I
The Monument to Peter the Great is a bronze sculpture on a granite pedestal located in Petrovsky Square in Voronezh. The monument was inaugurated on August 30, 1860. The sculptor of the monument was A. E. Schwartz, the architects were D. I. Grimm, who also executed the drawing of the monument, and A. A. Cui.
5. Uspensky Admiralty Temple
The Dormition (Admiralty) Khram is the oldest surviving church in Voronezh, Russia. The full name of the church is the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Blessed Virgin Mary. The patronal feast of the temple is the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
6. Литературный некрополь
The literary cemetery is a small site in Voronezh that houses the graves of poet Alexei Vasilyevich Kortsov and his relatives, poet Ivan Safvich Nikitine and writer Elizabeth Mitrofanovna Milizina. It is located on the corner of October 20th Anniversary and Moiseev Street.
7. Памятник Белому Биму Чёрное ухо
Monument to White Bim Black Ear is a contact sculpture dedicated to the dog White Beam Black Ear - the hero of the novel of the same name by the Soviet writer Gabriel Troyepolsky; installed in Voronezh on the square in front of the Voronezh Puppet Theater "Jester".
8. Памятник И.С. Никитину
The Ivan Savvich Nikitin Monument is erected in Nikitinskaya Square in Voronezh. The monument depicts a poet sitting in a contemplative, mournful position, with his head lowered and his hands on his knees. There is a book at the poet's feet.
9. Gotto Praedestinatio
"Goto Predestinatsiya" is an active historical copy of the Russian battleship "Goto Predestinatsiya" of the time of Peter the Great, built in 2011-2014. The ship is moored at Admiralty Square in Voronezh and is a museum ship.
10. Памятник И.А. Бунину
The monument to Ivan Alekseevich Bunin is a bronze sculpture of the writer, Nobel Prize winner I. A. Bunin, installed in Voronezh in the Buninsky Square at the intersection of Plekhanovskaya and Ordzhonikidze streets.
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