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Historical constellation: Pereslavl Zalessky and Vladimir

Historical constellation: Pereslavl Zalessky and Vladimir
Starts from

Sergiev Posad

Duration

2 Days

Transportation

By Car

Length

449 km

Hotels

1

Guidance

Self-Guided

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History and Culture🎅 Winter Trips
It'll be a weekend full of history! On the first day we will see the ship, built by Peter I, and try the royal herring, we will see the seal of the Patriarch of Constantinople and visit the temple of the XI century, learn where the homeland of Alesander Nevsky and for what was awarded the Order of his name. On the second day you will find the city, which along with Kiev was the "mother of Russian cities. In it you will see the icons of Andrei Rublev and Daniel Cherny, visit the tomb of the Vladimir princesses and see the magnificent stone carving, learn how the medieval city looked like and through what gates the princes entered the city after their victories.
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Maria Gorobets
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  • Birth of a Fairy Tale Museum.
  • Pereslavl Museum Reserve.
  • Peter the Great's Bottle Museum.
  • Holy Trinity Danilov Monastery.
  • Iron Museum.
  • Museum of Sewing Machines.
  • Cathedral of the Assumption.
  • St. Cyril's Cathedral.
  • Museum Center "Chambers".
  • Historical Museum.
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Treasures of Pereslavl
Day 188 km3 km

Treasures of Pereslavl

Today we will see the ship, built by Peter I, we will try the royal herring and shi from the furnace, we will see the seal of the Patriarch of Constantinople and visit the temple of the XI century, learn where the homeland of Alesander Nevsky and for which he was awarded the Order of his name, and also see alcohol and gas irons.
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Vladimir the Great
Day 2360 km183 m

Vladimir the Great

Today you will visit the city, which along with Kiev was the "mother of Russian cities". You will see the icons of Andrei Rublev and Daniel Cherny, visit the tomb of the Vladimir princesses and see the magnificent stone carving; you will learn how the medieval city looked like and through what gates the princes entered the city after their victories. And there is also a wooden merchant's manor waiting for us!
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