Kizhi Pogost: The historical sites & Russian carpentry traditions

Kizhi Pogost is located at the Kizhi Island on the Lake Onega in the Karelia republic of Russia which is one of the most attractive historical sites of the country. The pogost is the region within a fence including 2 large wooden cathedrals and the bell-tower which is renowned for its attractiveness and prolonged existence. […]

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The Saint Basil’s Cathedral at Moscow in Russia

The church of the protection of the most holy Theotokos on the Moat which commonly identified as Saint Basil’s Cathedral and this is a Russian traditional church upright on the Red Square in Moscow. It marks the statistical centre of the town focusing of its enlargement since 14th century and was the highest building in […]

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Christ’s church of the Resurrection, St. Petersburg in Russia

Church of the Resurrection, as well as blood church, Church of the Redeemer and Savior Blood Church is a well-known cathedral in St. Petersburg. The church is following the example of Moscow’s St. Basil’s Cathedral in the “new style” and designed as a single building of the St. Petersburg city, which is not oriented on […]

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