Ust-Medvedtskiy St. Saviour Monastery, Serafimovich

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4.7/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
Ust-Medvedtskiy St. Saviour Monastery is located in Serafimovich. Plan your visit to Ust-Medvedtskiy St. Saviour Monastery and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Serafimovich itinerary planner.
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  • No words ... What a beauty! I know that so you cannot tell, but as it is, has forced destitution ... asked about healing. An extraordinary place, filled with tranquility, peace and grace. Good, polite nuns. Answered all questions are deployed from the heart. Cleanliness and order on the territory of the monastery, neat and tidy every centimeter. many have already written about beautiful forms this place again-INCREDIBLY beautiful! Advise and recommend visiting Ust-Medvedickij Spaso-preobrazhenskiy monastery, because here you want to return again and again about a bad ... went to Don (by car, there are decent descent, are facing the road) and there's horror, nightmare and horror! People are worse than pigs! Really hard after eating to remove for a garbage?
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  • Came here again the Saviour. What a beautiful summer here. All is surrounded by greenery and flowers. Cleanliness, beauty and goodness
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  • Even if you belong to a religion is well worth a visit. First, the place is very scenic. The monastery is situated at a relatively high Bank of the Don. Secondly, unique buildings, such as the Church of Transfiguration of thirty-three heads, is rumored to be built without a single nail. Thirdly, the underground caves of artificial origin, with stone Abbess, with supposedly Virgin prints on it. As well as in the main temple presents a large number of relics of Saints and relics. The picturesque cave, ruins of the belfry. In a Word, grace. Go there specifically (if you're certainly not a pilgrim) is not easy, but if you suddenly will pass near or passing, spend a couple of hours exploring the wonderful cloister.
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