Prof. Dr. S.V. Zagraevsky
Photogallery of the most serious violations of historical environment of Kolomna in recent years
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coming to Kolomna, the most festive and memorable moment was the entrance to
the bridge through Kolomenko, did a magnificent view over the Kremlin. That's
what kind of encounters now. Left - opened in 2008 "
The scale of
Ice Palace waiting for either Prime Minister, or President, and in honor of
this very carefully "licking" city. Even on the edge on the way from
However, all the "lick" did not have time. Here's a view of the Kremlin towards Posad. Fortunately, all the "cost" - the first person in the country at the opening has not arrived.
But now this
kind are now called to the Kremlin towards
A panorama of Kolomna Bobreneva monastery now this. From here (and from many points of the Kremlin) shows that the back of the "Ice Palace" sticking two very unsightly pipes.
When you look from the side Bobreneva not immediately clear what kind of glass gallery dominates the Holy cross Church (1832-1837 years). First, it seems like it's somewhere behind...
...No, it is not over. Many have seen bullying of the monuments of architecture, but this...
"new Russian Villa (
With the Church of the Conception of John the Baptist on Settlement (the beginning of the XIV century, rebuilt in the top of the XVI century), yet all the glory to God, fine. I brought her to illustrate accidentally heard behind slow conversation between two residents of neighboring houses:
- What is it this Church photographs?
- Yes a tourist, I suppose.
"No, not like a tourist. Like in the case of some kind.
- Maybe something new there are going to build?
- And this Church to bear that it will be?
- They could carry. Old as she is.
"No, probably not be demolished. She is still strong.
- Strong - is not strong, but should be, since torn down.
- That's for sure.
Like that. As they say, the voice of the people is the voice of God.
© Sergey Zagraevsky