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Second bank of river

After sightseeing the Kremlin and crossing the bridge I saw the Yaroslav Couryard, the area with... read more

Reviewed 26 November 2018
Tomasz K
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Gdansk, Poland
Extra attraction of Novgorod

It's secondary to the Kremlin, but worth going over the bridge to walk around and hope some of the... read more

Reviewed 19 July 2018
Jincognito
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Gainesville, Florida
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Reviewed 4 February 2012

A great place in the old city on other bank from Kremlin, many churches, Hansa Fountain etc

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Reviewed 1 September 2008

This part of Novgorod is littered with churches. It is impossibel to walk more than a few steps before you see another church appear. Bearing in mind the costs associated with the building and maintenance of such buildings, it is a strong indication of the power and wealth that the city of Novgorod obviously had in its heyday.

Although it is nowhere nearly as well restored and maintained as the Kremlin and the buildings inside it, it is still an interesting place to visit with a history that is just as fascinating as those of the buildings on the other side of the river. There are interesting details in the architecture of some of the buildings that hints at the connections Novgorod had with southern and central Europe, and the number and location of the churches clearly tells a story about the position religion held at that time.

Unfortunately most of the buildings have only been partially restored, and the share scale of the work required and the costs associated with it probably means that it will be a long time until it will be completed.

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Reviewed 26 August 2005

If Yaroslav's Court were the centerpiece of its own town, it would probably be quite a sight to behold. But it doesn't quite compare with the magificent Kremlin just across the river. This is a nice area to walk around if you need something to do, but it photographs just as well from the Kremlin as it does up close. The cathedral in Yaroslav's Court isn't open to the public, and although there is supposedly an exhibition hall across from the cathedral, it was closed when I was there.

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