Pokrovskiy stavropigialnyy zhenskiy monastyr' u Pokrovskoy zastavy goroda Moskvy, Moscow

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  • Matronushka helps. For these people go and stand and endure. My son Matronushka has helped and left his autograph, that there was no doubt that it is from her. Done at Moscow, the essay should have only write five to score a point. Saw theme Matreny Timofeevny image in poem by Nekrasov Who in Russia. " As you can imagine-received five.
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  • Long intended to get here and to venerate the relics of Matronushki. Getting there: from taganskaya to two stops, with ten minutes walk. So you can walk. The monastery area is small but very well maintained. Wonderful playground, so the children have a place to spend time. Keep in mind that weekends here a lot of people. In the queue can be a few hours. I want to warn those who come for the first time. People see a large queue outside, which leads to an icon with a part of the relics on the outer wall of the temple and stand up to this queue. Especially difficult to stand in the rain and in the cold season. But the relics are inside the Church, there is much more comfortable. The very feeling of visiting relics describe won't-and so everything is clear. Awesome Church shop with a large selection of ecclesiastical subjects. At the entrance to the Tower sold water bottles of different capacities. Located in front of the Bell Tower stand with Matronushki instructions. Not all pay attention to it. Summary: to visit necessarily.
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  • Come here permanently, once a year or when requires soul. Love this monastery. It is beautiful here, here are purely here feels God's grace. Pleasantly surprised by the innovation; When Sunday service involved and those who are inside the Church and outside. Using a loudspeaker, people can hear prayer, not going to church. It's wonderful!
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  • An incredibly blessed place
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  • Map led me through the Park, where the entrance is closed. I had to bypass regular minus card. And the location is very good. To the Matronushke queue is not very large, only an hour stood. From 17 to 18. The temple is very beautiful and the surrounding area, many benches and greenery. I don't want to leave.
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  • Need to come very early, then people have less. Wonderful place. Have a rest and the body and the soul. There is a very delicious and cheap. Clean and cozy. You can eat just bread rolls are always fresh. A lot of greenery and flowers. Drove late but have not regretted.
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  • The monastery was founded as a male in 1635 year Tsar Mikhail F in memory of his father, Patriarch Filaret, who had died on the feast of the intercession of the Virgin. Previously on site erection of the monastery cemetery of the homeless and wanderers, so in the first centuries of its existence, the monastery was called also Bozhedomskim or monastery at the Squalid Homes: 13. The monastery was built under Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich at the expense of funds obtained through the lease of land, which was called "in common room. In the year 1655 built a stone monastery Cathedral of the intercession of the Virgin Mary, built in 1806-1814. In the 18th century were built the Church of the Resurrection and 30-meter three-tiered Bell Tower. From 1680 to 1731 years Intercession monastery was attributed to the Zaikonospasskomu monastery. In the war of 1812 years lived in the convent the French General Michel Klapared, Commander of the Polish Corps. In the same year, the monastery was plundered, some buildings of the monastery were destroyed. In the year 1855 was consecrated on the draft restructured m. d., cited the Church of Resurrection; from the XVIII century remained four podkupolnyh pillars with arches and the Eastern wall of the main altar. Walls not preserved on the West side, and gates built in 1833-1855. The southern part of the wall was built in 1886 by the project of architect Karneeva.
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