Dating site in pskov

A vital military outpost, the city was also a center of religious center, and still boasts its majestic white churches and monasteries built by the best masons, one of them the Pskov-Caves Monastery.Pskov’s invaluable contribution to old-Russian fine arts is embodied in a the unique icons kept in the Pogankin Museum.Read More Explore Pskov’s impressive riverside kremlin, which was the religious and ceremonial centre of the town.

If monastic law permits, enter the spooky burial caves where over 10,000 monks bodies lie in coffins, piled on top of each other in the tunnel walls.

The Central European part of Russia is known for its ancient towns, many of them fortified with Kremlins and all containing medieval cathedrals and other monuments.

Each of these towns are home to unique monuments of Russian history and culture.

You will also visit the picturesque town of Smolensk, called the “key to Moscow” and famous for its fortress wall, the longest in Europe.

A short drive from Pskov brings you to the beautiful little settlement of Pechory, famed for its monastery, where you can explore the peaceful grounds of this still-working cloister which is home to over 70 monks.

The monastery was founded in 1473 when the first hermits settled in local caves.

This tour will give you a great opportunity to break away from the bustle of the city and see the real Russia.

You will make stops in the most important towns of the Silver Ring - Velikiy Novgorod, Pskov, Izborsk and Pechory.

Historical Centre of Pskov-city and its ancient environs include the historical and architectural ensemble in the centre of Pskov and the oldest natural and historical objects such as Budnik, Vybuty the Izboprsk Fortress in the Izborsk-Malsk Valley, monuments of nature, culture and early history of the old Russian state.

The historical centre of Pskov has preserved its ancient kernel, the Kremlin, an outstanding ensemble of old Russian architectural fortifications of the XIII- XVIII centuries- monuments of civil architecture of the XVII-XXth centuries; the ecclesiastical architecture of the XVII-XXth centuries including the unique monuments of wall painting dating back to the XII-XIVth centuries, as well as architectural and historical monuments.

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