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This preserve is a collection of churches, monasteries, and towers. We first visited a permanent exhibit of the icons of Yaroslavl, which showcased beautiful icons from the 16th and 17th century. We also climbed a bell tower on site, which was fun (especially crossing people...More
The Kremlin in itself is a lovely place to walk or sit in the sunshine (40r), but there are also lots of museums to investigate. The history of Yaroslavl region is small but interesting, and the 'Yaroslavl Food' exhibition - a display of how Russians...More
I really like being here, you got a feel of the ancient history, and you can just stroll or explore all the museums. A little tip: check out the pretty watercolor postcards in the souvenir shop - probably, the best light-weight keepsake for travelers!
Spaso-Preobrazhensky Museum preserve is located in the very historical centure of Yaroslavl, one of the cities of the Gold Ring of Russia. The Museum complex is located within ancient walls on the bank of the river. It's a must to climb the bell tower of...More
Really nice place if the weather is good, can get a good view of the city from the bell tower and there is a café to grab a beer, or a kvas. For us the best part was the period costumes you could rent for...More
We went on a day when there was no distractions from the sad fact that incarcerated in a lonely mad life on the premises is a poor bear. There's no escaping the fact, as there are pictures of him , looking quite distressed proudly displayed...More
We were fortunate - it was the festival of bell ringing on the day we were there. We watched it in action in the tower, I will never forger the performance. Our guide explained all the different buildings. There are several museums with the kremlin...More
It is called Spaso preobrazenskiy monastery or Yaroslavl kremlin. You need buy ticket for entering only or for various packages - for example, entering museums, climbing bell tower, etc. There are museums inside - doors are so thick and heavy, go and see book museum....More