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As others have written, this church is unique for its green onion domes and intricate brick façade. Unfortunately, it wasn't open when we visited but it was still very worthwhile to walk around the building and appreciate the craftsmanship that went in to its construction....More
Even if the traveller is up to the brim with churches, this one's exterior is worth a detour.
The interplay of old dark red brick, and dark green domes, is very very charming.
A nice place to site down, outside, and meditate or read a...More
This church was most unique with its deep green domes. It was not open when we were there, but just seeing the red brick building with its green domes was worth the visit. We saw it from a distance as part of our shore excursion...More
This church was built in XVII century.
Amasing and unusual style distinguish this church.
Please be careful if you want to visit it.
It is open only from the 1st of may till 1st of October. 10.00 - 17.00. On Monday and Tuesday church are...More
If you love frescoes, this late 17 century Church is the place to visit, for its inside is completely covered with frescoes, Initially it was not planned to have a belltower, but 10 years after its completion, they decided to build one anyhow.
There is a fine view of the many domes of this church from Yaroslavl's embankment walkway that overlooks Strelka/Yaroslavl's Millennium Park. The domes probably are the thing that most people want to see of this church and this view from the park was the closest...More