To the north of Moscow is located one of the most beautiful cities in the Moscow region - Sergiev Posad. Many places here are associated with the revered Orthodox St. Sergius of Radonezh. We will visit Gremyachiy Klyuch, Chernihivsky sketch, visit one of the exhibitions "Horse Yard", admire the views of the pride from the observation deck and be sure to visit Krasnogorskaya Square, where the main attraction is the Trinity-Sergius Lavra.
Today we will spend a day in one of the famous cities of the Moscow region - in Sergiev Posad. Thanks to its long history, the city has accumulated a lot of interesting places. On the way to the town, we will stop by a natural spring - Gremyachy Klyuch. In Sergiev Posad we will visit the Chernigov hermitage, go to the exhibition in the "Horse yard", see the sights on Krasnogorskaya square, enjoy the views of the city at the observation platform and find out who hid behind the backs of Peter and Fevronia.
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Our journey starts with a stop in the village Vzglyadnevo, where the Gremyachy Klyuch is located. It is worth coming here to see the natural keys that form waterfalls several meters high. The water temperature does not change throughout the year and is 6 degrees Celsius. You can park your car in the village of Vzglyadnevo. The walk from the parking lot can vary from 500 meters to 2 kilometers, depending on the weather. If you see that the road is skidded or washed out, don't risk it or you may get stuck. Here you can also see two beautiful churches - Sergievskaya and Forty Martyrs' Church.
Arriving in Sergiev Posad, the first thing we do is go to the Chernigovsky skit. This sketch is the courtyard of the Holy Trinity Sergius Lavra. There are monastic cells, cave temples and a holy spring available for tourists. The Chernigov sketch attracts attention not only because of the caves, but also because of the unique architectural ensemble of the temples.
It is worth stopping for lunch in the Sergievskaya kukhminster. Here you can taste "exhibits" cooked according to old recipes in the atmosphere of the early 20th century. If you feel like it, you can take a short but interesting tour.
The next stop on our journey is the Equestrian Yard Museum Complex. The Equestrian Yard hosts exhibitions on various topics and has several permanent exhibitions. It is also possible to book various excursions, for more information and booking numbers see [website](http://museum-sp.ru/visitors/excursion-service/prices/). *The museum complex is closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and the last Wednesday of each month.
Before dinner you should take a walk on Krasnogorskaya Square. The square can be called the center of the city's attractions: the Holy Gate, New Trade Rows, Drying Baths, squares and the symbol of Sergiev Posad - the Trinity Sergiev Lavra. Before the entrance to the Lavra stands the monument to the founder of the monastery Sergei Radonezhsky. Here you can feel the spirit of the city.
On Pancake Mountain there is an observation deck with a beautiful view of the temple complex. The mountain takes its name from the Pancake Yard, where the most delicious pancakes in town were served. Next to the site there is a monument to Sergei Radonezhsky "Miracle of birds" in honor of the 700th anniversary of the saint.
Before leaving Sergiev Posad, we will stop at the monument to the patrons of family and marriage. The monument to Peter and Fevronia was erected near Kelarskoe Pond in 2014. They say that if you rub the bunnies behind the saints' backs and make a wish, it will come true.
The Landau Café is named after the physicist Lev Landau, and the interior is decorated with scientific themes. Visitors are surrounded by flasks, test tubes, voltmeters and ammeters, and portraits of scientists. The food is served in a no less creative way - drinks are brought in beakers. Here you can not only have a tasty meal, but also learn something new about famous figures of science.