Shrines Of Sevastopol - Unusual Excursions In Sevastopol

Table of contents:

Shrines Of Sevastopol - Unusual Excursions In Sevastopol
Shrines Of Sevastopol - Unusual Excursions In Sevastopol

Video: Shrines Of Sevastopol - Unusual Excursions In Sevastopol

Video: ВОКРУГ СЕВАСТОПОЛЯ НА АВТОМОБИЛЕ, ЖИВОЙ ЗВУК, 4К / CRIMEA, AROUND SEVASTOPOL BY CAR, ORIGINAL SOUND 2022, December
Anonim

We will tour famous Christian monuments in the city center and visit hard-to-reach churches. A monastery on the site of a pagan temple, cave churches, a pyramid temple and a tomb temple - I will share interesting details about their past. You will find stories about famous saints, about the defenders of the city, and, of course, seascapes and picturesque foreshortenings. Individual excursion for 1-4 people Duration 5 hours Children Allowed with children How it goes By car 7990 rubles per excursion Price for 1-4 people, regardless of the number of participants

What awaits you

St. George Monastery at Cape Fiolent. 3 thousand years ago, the temple of Artemis stood here, and after that Saint Andrew the First-Called preached the Gospel on this place. Russian tsars, poets and artists, famous politicians have been here - I will tell the stories of this monastery, and you will admire how the mighty cape cuts huge waves.

Holy Clement Monastery, Inkerman. Once upon a time, those who were undesirable in the Roman Empire were exiled here, including Saint Clement, who with his own hands cut down one of the three cave temples of this monastery. We will climb to the upper plateau, see the ruins of the medieval fortress Kalamita and numerous caves.

St. Nicholas Church. This is the most unusual temple in Sevastopol: it is designed in the form of a pyramid and is a monument in honor of the defenders of Sevastopol. You will find out how and when you decided to build it, and immerse yourself in the events of those times.

Vladimirsky Cathedral on the Central City Hill. Its northern and southern sides are decorated with plates with the names of admirals, whose ashes rest in the cathedral: Lazarev, Kornilov, Istomin, Nakhimov. I will explain why they wanted to immortalize the baptism of Saint Prince Vladimir here and how during the construction the temple turned into the tomb of admirals and a monument to the heroes who fell in the Crimean War.

Who is the excursion for?

This program will be of interest to both pilgrims and those wishing to visit the holy Christian places of the Crimea.

Organizational details

For the tour, choose clothing suitable for visiting the temples.

Venue

The meeting point is by agreement with the guide, you can discuss it when ordering the excursion. History and architecture Inkerman 5 Cape Fiolent 12

Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image
Image

Popular by topic