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Assumption Cathedral, Rostov

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  • The Cathedral is very beautiful. Inside comes the restoration, but this has its advantages, because the Cathedral is open to the public and can be viewed on the process itself. Truth inside cooler than outside.
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  • The Cathedral is under restoration, but you can go inside and see, and even put a candle. The spectacle is impressive. Polustertye murals, carved wooden details, huge iconostasis without icons. I've never seen before. Maybe the Cathedral and not worth repair. Now this is a unique place in it the spirit of antiquity and authenticity. And fancy a folksy churches in Russia.
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  • Recommend to visit the Cathedral. While he is still in the recovery phase, but still a very interesting place. Note the medieval doors and handles on the doors, they are several hundred years older than the Cathedral.
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