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The monastery is considered to be very ancient, but in fact it is not so old — it burned to the ground under the French and rebuilt after such a terrible fire, barely a hundred and fifty years. It looks good, but to appreciate its...More
This is one of the biggest nunneries in Moscow and thus complex has a lot of different buildings ( the majority you Can’t access) that dates from a long time ago. Worth the visit if you are keen on religious architecture
Founded at the beginning of the 16th century, maybe by Ivan the terrible himself (according to most sources), on this little hill not very far from the Kremlin, it is officially mentioned in documents dated 1604. The big Moscow fires of 1737 and 1748 much...More