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In a peaceful location 10 minutes drive from Suzdal. This one is really (pre-Mongol as they say round here). The interior is a bit ragged. It costs a small amount for entry, and it is only from 10-6. Quieter than Suzdal (which is not itself...More
Having spent a day in Suzdal , before leaving we took the car 10 minutes out to Kideshka to visit this church, one of the earliest stone churches in the area.
Very few frescos left on the walls, square and simple in design not decorated....More
This is one of the oldest chirches in the region, it was built in the 12th century. Many interesting things inside. But do not take seriously The cross with the Adam head. This is not real, people say, that one scientist once once has made...More
In Russia there are fewer than 10 buildings survived from pre-Mongol invasion (1238) era. It is one of them. Unfortunately, as most of them, it later collapsed, and was slightly rebuilt. So do not expect very much - inside you may see some archeological discoveries...More
At Kideksha there stands what is believed to be the oldest surviving church in Russia and you can look at the vaulted ceiling and make out the remnants of ancient frescoes from the original church - most of which has been rebuilt several times over....More