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Kiev-Pechersk Lavra (Kiev Cave Monastery)

Address: Ivana Mazepy str.,
21Kiev-Pechersk Lavra is a unique monastery complex, which is included in UNESCO world heritage list. It was visited by more than 43 millions of tourists from all over the world.

 

Kiev-Pechersk Lavra (Kiev Cave Monastery)

St. Sofia cathedral

Address: Vladimirskaya str. 24 fee: 10:00-17:30, wednesday10:00-16.30St. Sofia Cathedral was founded by Grand Duke of Kiev Yaroslav Mudriy (Yaroslav the Wise) in 1037 and became the main church of Kievan Rus. Today Sofia complex is included in the UNESCO world-wide heritage list.

 

St. Sofia cathedral

St. Vladimir сathedral

Address: Taras Shevchenko boulevard, 20
St. Vladimir Cathedral was built in commemoration of Prince Vladimir who in 998 introduced Christianity in ancient Rus. Cathedral is built in traditional for Russian architecture ancient Byzantine style. This was the style of ancient Russian churches in the times of Vladimir the Saint and Yaroslav the Wise. Cathedral interior was designed by such famous artists as Viktor Vasnetsov and Mikhail Vrubel.

 

St. Vladimir сathedral

St. Michael's Golden-domed cathedral

Address: Mikhaylovskaya square
St. Michael's cathedral was destroyed by the times of USSR in 1935 and anew built in 90th after Ukraine got it's independence. Inside cathedral there are unique mosaics and wall paintings which were taken out before cathedral devastation and kept safe in the museums of Moscow and St. Petersburg.

 

St. Michael's Golden-domed cathedral

St. Andrew's church

Address: Andreevskiy spusk, 23
The legend says that once in the place were now Dnieper flows was the sea. But after St. Andrew came into Kiev and had put a cross on a hill were now St. Andrew Church stands, the sea went off and hide under the hill. St. Andrew Church has no bells cause according to the legend the water will arise and flood all Kiev with the first stroke of the bell.

 

St. Andrew's church

St. Nicholas roman-catholic cathedral

Address: Bolshaya Vasilkovskaya str., 77                       
phone: +38(044) 528 31 86St. Nicholas Cathedral is one of the most beautiful buildings of Kiev of the XX beginning of XX century deigned in formalized gothic style with high arrow-shaped spires.

 

St. Nicholas roman-catholic cathedral

Brodskiy synagogue

Address: Shota Ruslaveli str., 13
One of the three Kiev synagogues the Brodskiy synagogue is located in the very center of Kiev. This building erected in 1898, was confiscated by soviet power in 1926 and returned back to Jewish community only in 1997.

 

Brodskiy synagogue

Alexandr's roman-catholic cathedral

Address: Kostelnaya str., 17
Alexandr's roman-catholic cathedral was named after Tsar Alexandr I and is the oldest roman-catholic church of Kiev.

 

Alexandr's roman-catholic cathedral

Vydubychi monastery

Address: Vydubetskaya str., 40
Vydubychi monastery it’s a monastery complex situated on the picturesque banks of Dnieper in the Vydubich tract.

 

Vydubychi monastery

Cyril church

Address: Eleny Teligi str., 12
Cyril Church was constructed as far back as the XII century, especially precious are extant in interior fragments of frescos.

 

Cyril church

Pokrovskiy monastery

Address: Behterevskiy pereulok, 15
Pokrovskiy convent was founded by Princess Alexandra Petrovna, the wife of tsar's Alexandr II brother — grand duke Nikolay Nikolaevich. She created the convent for poor woman who needed the asylum and wanted to devote oneself to God.

 

Pokrovskiy monastery

St. Nicholas church

Address: Parkovaya alley
Chapel-rotunda in the track Askold grave                                                                                                                          

Virgin Mary Dormition Pirogosсha Church

Address: Kontraktovaya square
Virgin Mary Dormition Pirogosсha Church located at the foot of the   Zamkovaya hill is the reconstructed copy of the first Russian building, which was fully built from brick, without using stone.

                                                                                                         

Virgin Mary Dormition Pirogosсha Church