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Surb Khach Monastery, Stary Krym
(4.7/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web)
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  • We went with the excursion. A little пустовато, but nice. There are sources. Around the forest. On the street cafés and WC. In cafes and Gata something like khachapuri, coffee. In General, there is an aura of the middle ages and some in Italy. The story I heard almost no since I was little more. In General, it is a good idea, in combination with Starokrymskim cemetery. In the Green House is not taken.
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  • An incredible place! For the Crimean nature is one of the few places where it's always cool. Around a lot of Greens, five sources with very clean and tasty water. There are sources very lovingly. The building itself is ascetic, but there's some harsh energy. Would definitely recommend to ask someone of the monks to conduct the tour. Yes they themselves it propose: first, tourists do not spend where not necessary, secondly, much of the history of the monastery remains the "behind the scenes" at independent inspection, namely, its story is interesting. This is a story of survival in harsh conditions and careful preservation of the sparks of faith and traditions. Inside until all extremely concisely. But if you listen to the explanation of the Guide, it turns out that around fully encrypted information! Even in the walls and floor in the building of the altar, and much more. There is an interesting icon, which is written in a rare way: lick it seems "morgaûŝim"-see the eyes open, then closed. We initially thought that the temple has not been renovated, but the monk who led us (sorry, forgot the name) looked at us such surprised eyes! "What are you! There are so many already done! "and told such! After he showed us what was restored, we were shocked! The monastery is literally lifted from the ruins, no exaggeration! And the good news is that the restoration works continue. It will be interesting to look at in a couple of years! Already well done-done tiny Trade Center souvenirs spiritual properties, the same simple, like life itself, the monastery, and equip the sly visit-Center with a museum. That's just great! Maybe someone am going to be a wimp, but still recommend a trip to this monastery to dress better, and some come in shorts Super Mini and blouse from multiple ropes (girls) or in transparent t-shirts, from which hangs a stomach (men). Look, to say the least, inappropriate, not "Save" even "skirt" and scarves, which are issued to tourists at the entrance.
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  • From the bus station on foot-stomping the old Crimea is about 5 kilometres uphill on the way you attack some Roy midges, from which it is impossible to defend, waiting for a miracle you go through these hurdles along the way meet a few Armenian cafes, one comes and turns the usual brick walls at the entrance stands the evil a man in a black robe, which prevents the inside in shorts (what's the STOMP in + 33 5 km uphill?). Also on site is nothing special, noticed only tarahtâŝij old KAMAZ, apparently, sewage. So frustration and wasted time.
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  • Very beautiful pacifying place.
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