Weekend route. Yaroslavskaya oblast
Yaroslavl land is full of sights, only Yaroslavl itself is worth more than one weekend. Our goal is to drive along the Volga from Uglich to Tutaev and see interesting places along the road.
Photo 2. Early in the morning we leave the city and after three and a half hours we walk around the Kremlin of the ancient city. An ensemble of buildings including the princely chambers, the Church of Dimitry on Blood, the Transfiguration Cathedral, the bell tower and the building of the City Duma have been preserved from former times.
The Church of Dimitri on Blood - built on the site of the murder of Tsarevich Dimitri where in the first years of the XVII century a wooden chapel was cut down, in 1630 it was replaced by a wooden church, and in 1692 the existing stone church was built:
Photo 3. The Savior Transfiguration Cathedral is the cathedral of Uglich, built in the 1710s on the site of the dismantled ancient temple, and the bell tower was built in 1730:
Photo 4. Nice building of the hotel "Volga Riviera" on the banks of the Volga, two minutes from the Kremlin:
Photo 5.After a short walk through Uglich, we proceed further, our path runs parallel to the Volga, along which villages stretch, mostly inhabited only in summer:
Photo 6. The Church of St. Nicholas in the village of Nikolo-Korma closed in 1935 and converted into a school. Currently abandoned:
Photo 7. Nice bay window:
Photo 8. We pass through Rybinsk, having managed to see only the fire tower, built in 1912. With a height of 48 meters, the Rybinsk kalancha is one of the highest in Russia:
Photo 9. Another 58 kilometers after Rybinsk and we come to the town of Krasny Bor, where on the bank of the Volga a unique monument of wooden architecture of the second half of the 19th century — the cottage of the merchant Sorokin — lives on its time:
Photo 10. Now you can only imagine what was the cottage. From the stories of local residents known the history of this unique monument. They say that the merchant saw this building in 1865 at the Nizhny Novgorod Fair and was conquered by its fine carving and rich decoration. The house was bought for 50 thousand rubles (crazy money at the time), disassembled transported along the Volga and put in one of the most picturesque places:
Photo 11.After the revolution, the building housed a rest home for the working people, and after World War II there was a children's camp here. In our time, the absence of a real owner led to the complete demise of this unique object:
Photo 12. The last point on this train is Turaev (until 1918 - Romanov-Borisoglebsk) - the city is located on both banks of the Volga River and enters the Golden Ring of Russia. It arose as a result of the merger of two independent cities - Romanov and Borisoglebsk, located on the opposite banks of the Volga and having their own administrative and economic structure.
Photo 13. The city has preserved many pre-revolutionary buildings of different degrees of preservation:
Photo 15. The main attraction of the Romanov side is the church of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God and the Savior of the Transfiguration built in 1758, standing right on the banks of the Volga:
Photo 16. The main decoration of the Borisoglebsky side is the most beautiful ensemble of the Resurrection Cathedral:
Photo 17. It was built on the site of the dilapidated wooden church of Boris and Gleb, on which the settlement was called in 1678:
Photo 18.One of the features of the temple - the rich murals on the exterior walls:
Photo 19. While waiting for sunset, have a snack pancakes with tea:
Photo 20. And they looked at the old bridge:
Photo 21. Sunset as such did not happen, but the situation was saved by the lights:
Photo 22. The first line of houses near the water:
Photo 23. View of the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ from the Romanov side:
Photo 26. Farewell glance at the Cathedral, 300 kilometers along Yaroslavl and we are at home.
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