Borisoglebskiy Anosin Convent, Anosino
(5/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web)
Borisoglebskiy Anosin Convent is located in Anosino. To visit Borisoglebskiy Anosin Convent on your trip to Istrinsky District, use our Istrinsky District travel itinerary planner.
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  • This is a place of history and generational. The guide told a lot that touched and heart and soul. What is interesting is the place. First and foremost is a monastery. Second-many sacred sites located in the monastery. Thirdly-products manufactured here and sold in a church bench (milk, pickles, and so on). If you came for the mental peace, frankly speaking, you will find it here. Silence, spirituality, this place is riddled with them.
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  • This Nunnery, founded in 1823 year native aunt Fedor Tyutchev-Princess Avdot′ej Meŝerskoj. Named in memory of the deceased husband of the founder. From 1927 onwards, like many churches in Soviet times, was closed. As the monastery resumed its work in the year 1999. On the territory of the monastery three churches, cells, the refectory, the Hospital Corps with shelter, a workshop and outbuildings. Also two ponds where fish are bred. In the shop you can buy Temple dairy products and pastries.
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  • In Anosinskij monastery visit fairly regularly. Earlier around were quiet Moscow-area villages and townships. Now have to literally Wade between the deaf multimeter fences in decking surrounding elite cottage settlements. Updated the monastery became a little "otlakirovannym". But the spark of spirituality and the sincerity. Always when visiting feels calm and appeasement.
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