Here you can find interesting sights in Voronezh, 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 11 sights are available in Voronezh, Russia.Back to the list of cities in Russia
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 Museum of Local Legends in Voronezh is one of the leading museums in Voronezh. The museum has a collection of more than 170,000 pieces. The most precious items are: ethnography, numismatics, treasures, boni studies, philatelic collections, porcelain collections, pottery collections, weapons collections and rare books collections. The exhibition area of this institution is 2615 square meters.
3. Воронежский областной художественный музей им. И.Н. Крамского
Voronezh Regional Art Museum. I. N. Kramsky - one of the largest cultural centers of Voronezh and the entire Black Earth Region. The museum is located in the palace, built in 1777-1779 in the style of Baroque according to the project of the provincial architect N. N. Ievsky for the Voronezh governor of General M. A. Potapov. The building is a monument of architecture of federal significance.
4. Литературный некрополь
Literary necropolis is a small platform in Voronezh, on which the graves of the poet Alexei Vasilievich Koltsov and his relatives, poet Ivan Savvich Nikitin and writer Elizabeth Mitrofanovna Militsyna are located. It is located on the corner of the streets of the 20th anniversary of October and Moiseev.
5. Памятник Петру I
Monument to Peter I is a bronze sculpture on a granite pedestal located in the Petrovsky Square of Voronezh. The monument was solemnly opened on August 30, 1860. The sculptor of the monument was A. E. Schwartz, architects - D. I. Grimm, who also performed the drawing of the monument, and A. A. Kui.
6. Памятник Белому Биму Чёрное ухо
Monument to Beloye Bim Black Ear - a contact sculpture dedicated to the dog to White Bimu Black Ear - the hero of the same novel by the Soviet writer Gabriel Troepolsky; Installed in Voronezh in the square in front of the Voronezh Theater of the Jester Puppet.
7. Рождественская церковь
The Christmas Church is a partially destroyed and restored Orthodox church in the city of Voronezh. Located in the former settlement. The oldest of the preserved buildings of the left -bank part of Voronezh and one of the oldest temples of the left bank.
8. Успенский Адмиралтейский храм
The Admiralty Church is the oldest existing church in Voronezh. The full name of the church is the Ascension of the Most Holy Theotokos and Prisnodeva Maria. The Holy Throne Holiday of the Temple is the ascension of our Holy Mother and Lady Mary.
9. 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.
10. Гото Предестинация
“Government” is the current historical copy of the Russian Linear ship “General Predestination” of the times of Peter I, built in 2011-2014. The ship is moored at Admiralty Square in Voronezh and is a ship-museum.
11. Памятник И.А. Бунину
The Ivan Alexeyevich Bunin Monument, a bronze sculpture of author and Nobel laureate I. A. Bunin, is installed in Buninski Park at the intersection of Plekhanov Skaya Street and Ordzhonikidze Street in Voronezh.
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