Tula. Convent (2009)

Собор Успения Пресвятой Богородицы в Успенском монастыре

Дата постройки последнего здания    нач. XX в.

Массивный пятиглавый собор в русско-византийском стиле. В советское время закрыт, в здании располагался областной архив. В настоящее время возвращен верующим.

Был прозван в народе "Черной церковью" за цвет куполов.


Церковь Преображения Господня в Успенском монастыре

Дата постройки последнего здания    1830-е - 1842


Copyright: Vasily kumaev & andrew mishin
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Resolution: 9000x4500
送信日: 20/09/2009
更新日: 20/06/2014


Tags: russia; tula; 2009; monastery; city; summer; cathedral; church; convent
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