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Kolomenskoe

Category: Monuments + Museums + Sightseeing + Tours

Prospekt Andropova, 39, Moscow, 154387

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Kolomenskoe, Moscow - Reviews of Kolomenskoe - IgoUgo
This 257-hectare estate served as a country residence for the Russian Tsars from Ivan III to Peter I. The most famous building on the estate is the early 16th-century Church of the Ascension. At 62 meters, this brick and limestone structure with a tent-shaped roof is one of the tallest church buildi...
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Russia history architecture Kolomenskoe Moscow
After Vasili III's death, Ivan IV carried on the tradition of building at Kolomenskoe, which also served as one of his residences. He was responsible for the building of the Church of John the Baptist, his patron Saint in the nearby ancient village of Dyakovo. The exact date of the building of the c...
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Student Travel Information & Discounts - Events: Kolomenskoe (Kolomenskoe, Moscow, Russia)
Cherished as a natural haven close to Moscow since at least the 13th century, Kolomenskoe is packed full of superb historical buildings, the oldest of which is the 16th-century Church of the Ascension (recognised by UNESCO in 1994). Many wooden buildings have been relocated to the park to form a ver...
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Student Travel Information & Discounts - Events: Easter Sunday (Paskha) (Kolomenskoe, Moscow, Russia)
(Easter) - is marked by a ritual procession and a service in the Church of the Ascension, Moscow's Kolomenskoe. The spectacular church is worth a visit in its own right, as it rivals the primeval grandeur of St Basil's in Red Square, mainly due to its remarkable 'tent-roof', which rises from an octa...
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The Kolomenskoe museum of architecture
The earliest building to survive today, is the Church of the Ascension. It was built in 1532 by the Moscow Grand Prince Vasili III in order to give thanks at the birth of his son and heir to the throne, Ivan, who later became Ivan IV, or the terrible. The church represents a new stage in Russian arc...
transsib.com

Kolomenskoe :: Moscow :: Regions & Cities :: Russia-InfoCentre
The old imperial estate at Kolomenskoe is one of the most picturesque and enjoyable of Moscow's out of town attractions and is an absolute must see for those with an extra day to spare in the Russian capital. The estate is nestled on the steep west bank of the Moscow River, 10km southeast of the Kre...
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