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Terribly destroyed by the fire of 1812 which also destroyed much of the city; a basic plan for its reconstruction was prepared by the Commission for Construction in Moscow in 1817. The increase in building directly on to streets, the style of façades, the simplification...More
I have seen many churches and cathedrals in the world. This church is average at best! Nothing really stands out except the outside of it. That is what makes it average at best. Not really worth going to see unless near by it.
It wouldn’t be a mistake to call Pyatnitskaya street the main axis of this neighborhood – turn one direction and you’ll find the Tretyakov Gallery in Lavrushinsky Lane, turn another – a hip Scandinavian restaurant. Old churches now embrace contemporary life with style and grace. Going to Zamoskvorechye is like visiting during the times when it was a medieval Russian quarter, but with a modern twist of 20th
century buildings pushing themselves into the 21st century with new businesses opening weekly. Stroll down Pyatnitskaya to taste dozens of global cuisines – from Ukrainian and Georgian to Thai and American.