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This is probably the major cathedral that you want to see in Vladimir. Unfortunately when I visited the Rublev paintings were under restoration, so only some frescos of his work could be seen on one of the vaults. The cathedral should be admired from all...More
This cathedral was first built in the 12th century but, obviously, had been upgraded in the subsequent centuries. It is an impressive building to look at situated on large and spacious grounds. It was the largest cathedral in Russia for centuries. Inside, the cathedral is...More
This place is quite magnificent. There aren't a lot of tourists if you go during the weekday, or towards the evening. There is a park nearby that you can walk around, as well as an amazing view if you walk behind the building. Try and...More
Vladimir is easily accessible on a train from Moscow. It's a nice town where two churches dominate over other attractions.
I stayed at Vladimir as this was a logical stopping place on my way from Siberia to Moscow. I managed in one day on public...More
We just managed to make the closing time on a cold winter mid week night and it was worth a quick half hour visit with a local Russian guide who explained the history of the church, the frescos ( mostly restored but some ongoing work...More
Hello. from 7 am till 1-30 on it work like church. from 1-30 pm till 4-00 oh it open for visits and excursion. After 4 pm till 8 pm work like church. In Monday close. Ticket without excursion cost 100 rub.