historical perspective, which is important in the ancient and colorful life of this city, it should not be ignored and best seen outside of busy season
A truly unique place worth visiting, regardless your own beliefs. It is calm, full of light and God's energy. One of those place which are really powerful, not depending on belonging to a certain religion or ethnic group.
The Karaite Kenasa in Yevpatoria has been the center of religious life of the Crimean Karaites - an ethnic group derived from Turkic-speaking adherents of Karaism (Karaite Judaism) - since 1837. It is a very well preserved complex of two praying houses with beautiful small inner yards. You won't need much time to observe it all but it's really worth... More
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