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Novospasskiy Monastery

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Lovely monastery off the tourist trail

This is a lovely monastery and all the lovelier because we found it ourselves and weren't taken to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
PublicTransportFan
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Birmingham
A place where history is intertwined with miracles

Novospasskiy monastery is interesting because in the basement of thecathedral is the tomb of the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
lubov135
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Moscow, Russia
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This monastery complex dates back to the 12th century and is surrounded by thick walls originally built to protect Moscow from foreign invaders.
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Krestyanskaya Sq., 10, Moscow 115172, Russia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a lovely monastery and all the lovelier because we found it ourselves and weren't taken to it by our guide. We could see the domes from our hotel window on the other side of the window, so we decided to investigate. It is...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Novospasskiy monastery is interesting because in the basement of thecathedral is the tomb of the Romanovs, the last kings of Russia. In addition, the monastery has a miraculous icon of the Mother of God "Vsetsaritsa", which helps in case of cancer

Thank lubov135
Reviewed 21 May 2018

the Novospasskiy Monastery, there is the oldiest, the area, garden and the historical they have, is a enough reason to visit.

1  Thank claudia s
Reviewed 30 April 2018

Again more amazing buildings. Look skyward to see the sunlight catch the gold and blue domes. The bell towers are stunning and the feeling of awe is all around.

1  Thank Sarah L
Reviewed 4 April 2018

At the time, this monastery's importance was second only after the Kremlin churches, mainly - the Assumption Cathedral. It was considered famiy church for the Romanovs' Royal dynasty, although it began before their ascension to the throne, even under the Zakhar'ins, the ancestors of Romanovs....More

1  Thank gentbrugg
Reviewed 15 March 2018

This is inside the kremlin and if you go and see a show in the Kremlin palace then its just behind, but if you wanna go inside them you'll have to pay for it, its per section, we paid for the cathedrals (which is all...More

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Reviewed 18 October 2016

This is an old and worn looking building and not a patch on the other monastery's I visited. The grounds are not kept very well and the inside is very plain and dull.

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Reviewed 8 September 2016 via mobile

This monastery is old, was builded in 15 century, the wall around monastery is big with defensive towers. Inside of monastery wonderful churches and palates. All churches are working, I recommend go inside and watch church art.

Thank Vladimir R
Reviewed 27 March 2016

On the left coast of Moscow River ,in the place where two branches of river flow become one ,after bypassing the great river island, called Bolotnii ( Muddy) settled down this remarkable monastery. The name of monastery literally means the New monastery of the Savior....More

2  Thank Oleg Y
Reviewed 16 March 2016

We visit here about twice a year, usually on a Sunday afternoon. Very meaningful. There is a special icon area for cancer victims and you can pray for the souls of those departed, for those who are fighting cancer, or for yourself.

2  Thank MendeleyevJournal
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