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New this historical place for more than 40 years and always though - nothing interesting. By case this summer I participated the walking tour "Mystic ancient Chernigiv" ~ 17 Euro for 3 hours. Rediscovered a lot of new information - even that there is the...More
This compact, yet interesting church was reconstructed after some WWII damage. However, it's a delightful stop near the square and theater. There are some photos depicting pre-war appearance. Ladies will need a scarf.
It's a cool church, and it's historic - but it was also rebuilt after being destroyed during WWII. The Soviets weren't the greatest at historic reconstruction, so the Church's brickwork is a little - distracting. Nonetheless, it's not far from Red Square& Dytynets Park, so...More
This is a tiny church and it was a mild spring day. However, as soon as you walk into the church steam comes out of your month because its so cold. We have never experience a temp change as sudden as this it was like...More
Come for a walk at the Shevchenka street. , the church is inside the park behind the theater.
you can go for a cup of Capuchino and great Kievsky cake with it at ZOLOTOI KLYUCHIK (Golden key cofee bar ) just across the steet
This church is hidden in the park behind the main theater in Chernihiv. We (a couple) were lucky enough to see this church during fall period. As a result, it really fit into the yellow-red surroundings.
It is impossible to completely judge this church cause...More
There isn't much to do here except look at the church and have a look inside, mostly for the sake of the architecture. Other than that,the interior looks like any other orthodox church. It's worth visiting!