I finish my review of my first Ryazan trip from a survey post about the city and the trip itself. Although Ryazan is much smaller than Moscow, I really liked the city, and I didn’t have time to look at everything. Let's start?
Like any trip, this one started at the train station ... At the Kazan railway station. At 6:30 am ...
Raise your head, sometimes a real beauty above your head.
Express to Ryazan at 7:12. The ticket is a little less than 500 rubles. To Ryazan 3 hours ...
Legroom a lot ...
We drive off ... We close our eyes ... Wham ...
The train arrived at 10:13. At 12, as many have read, I was supposed to be at the Museum of Military Automotive Technology. You can eat and go.
Yes, Ryazan is older than Moscow !!!
The museum is next to the airborne school.
Here is the usual area of Ryazan.
Museum of Military Automotive Technology. Want to read - HERE
Nearby are fresh high-rises
Oh, what a bad Putin, builds houses for families of officers and distributes them for free. Bad ... We're going to the center, or rather to the Ryazan Kremlin.
Yes, Solzhenitsyn lived here. We go to the Kremlin.
The bell tower of the Assumption Cathedral is the tallest structure on the territory of the Kremlin.
The 83-meter high four-tiered Bell Tower with a gold-plated almost 25-meter spire is built in the classical style, and despite the fact that it was created for more than 50 years (1789 - 1840) according to the designs of three different architects: I. F. Rusko , K.A. Tona and N.I. Voronikhina, the general composition of the Belfry with its well-found spire proportions preserved the unity and integrity of expression. Its town-planning significance for Ryazan is comparable to the significance of the Ivan the Great Bell Tower for Moscow or the buildings of A. Zakharov for St. Petersburg.
The Savior Transfiguration Cathedral was built at the turn of the XVII-XVIII centuries. (Consecrated in 1702) with the money of the Ryazan merchant M. Nemchinov. It is in terms of a column-free quadrangle with a three-part apse and one chapter. At the top of the square there is a profiled cornice with a belt of false zakomar. The corners of the quadrangle are decorated with bunches of triple columns. The windows are decorated with carved white stone trim "naryshkinskogo" style. The cathedral is decorated with a belt of highly artistic polychrome tiles. On the arch of the square there is a painting of the end of the 19th century, made on plaster by the artist N. V Shumov.The building housed the State Archive of the Ryazan Region. In 2007, the building was transferred to the use of the Ryazan diocese.
The Epiphany Church, an architectural monument of the mid-17th century, was built supposedly by architect V. Zubov on the site of an older white-stone church of the 16th century destroyed by fire in 1647. ). The refectory and especially the tent bell tower, located asymmetrically in relation to the main body of the church, create a pleasant, picturesque silhouette. In the XX century, the archive of the registry office of the Ryazan region administration was located here.
The central monument of the Kremlin is the Assumption Cathedral (1693-1699), built by the largest Russian architect Ya. G. Bukhvostov.
The cathedral was the summer cathedral church of the Ryazan diocese. This grand structure (area of 1600 sq. M., Height of 72 m) for its size has surpassed almost all modern buildings. The Assumption Cathedral is the most significant architectural monument of the era of the “Naryshkin” baroque. A unique monument of ancient Russian art, it is an unsurpassed example of an organic synthesis of architecture, sculpture and icon painting.A masterpiece that has no analogy is the carving of the portals and window frames of the cathedral on the white stone.
Inside the cathedral did not shoot ... Beautiful. Believe me.
The Nativity Cathedral (until the 18th century - the Assumption) - the earliest stone building of the Kremlin - a monument of ancient Russian architecture of the beginning of the 15th century. The antiquity of the cathedral shows the white stone masonry plinth, characteristic churches of the XV century.
Initially, the cathedral served as a city-wide church and was the burial vault of the Ryazan princes and princesses, including the Ryazan Princess Anna, the sister of Ivan III, and Dmitry Donskoy's daughter Sophia. At the beginning of XVII century the cathedral was transferred bishop relics of St. Basil of Ryazan.
Something glitters on the horizon ...
I went further ...
Came out of the park and just fell in love with this house ... See what kind of texture.
Only half an hour left ... We need to eat, walked to the station through the whole city.
It's hot ... Sit down to drink water.
Arochka ... What is it?
Contrast. Already near the train station. We must go to eat.
I went to eat ...
I had a snack and to the station ... Ryazan is a city of contrasts.
See what I saw near the train station ...
Guys, travel around Russia.Our country is beautiful. I will go to Ryazan again, because I didn’t see everything and really wanted to move to this city ... I don’t really like Moscow because of the hustle and bustle ... Money will go a little ... You will get tired, but this tiredness is worth it ...
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