Great place to visit, prey, and lit the candles for your loved ones. Very serene and has good... read more
One of the most revered monasteries in Russia. The nature of such provisions is not entirely clear. Whether the fact that here was a sanctuary for hermits, hermits, whether due to the fact that here three days spent Dostoevsky after the death of his son. But the monastery is very rich. It was almost rebuilt after the devastation in Soviet times – before it happened to be a hospital, a rest house and even a concentration camp - and impresses with a number of buildings and size of the monastic economy.
Even on a weekday there are the crowds of pilgrims, and you really can't see something, or dip into yourself. You will not succeed.More