Overview of Foros Church on Red Cliff in Twilight

Overview of Foros Church on Red Cliff in Twilight

View from the observation platform at Baidarsky Pass on the Church of Christ’s Resurrection rising on the abrupt 400-meter (1312 ft) Red Cliff (Krasnaya Skala) above Black sea and Foros settlement covered with fog in spring twilight. The church was built by the design of Russian architect Nikolai Chagin in 1892.

Photo #788 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Foros Church of the Resurrection of Christ

Categories: Architectural

Tags: #Red Cliff #Krasnaya Skala #churches #cathedrals #Foros Church #Christ’s Resurrection Church #Foros #religion #Crimea #Russia #Church Architecture #twilight

Under Beautiful Chandelier and Dome of Foros Church

Under Beautiful Chandelier and Dome of Foros Church

Angle bottom view of a chandelier (Greek: panikadilo) hanging from cupola (dome) of the Church of Christ’s Resurrection in Foros. The beautiful cupola and vaults of the church decorated with Byzantine ornamentation.

Photo #708 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Foros Church of the Resurrection of Christ

Categories: Interior

Tags: #Christ’s Resurrection Church #church chandelier #Church Interior #Crimea #Cupola #Foros #Foros Church #Interior #Russia #cathedrals #chandelier #churches #decorations #dome #panikadilo #religion #vaults

In Front of the Wooden Iconostasis of Foros Church

In Front of the Wooden Iconostasis of Foros Church

Magnificient interior of the Church of Christ’s Resurrection in Foros with the view from the middle of the church on the carved oak iconostasis (icon screen) with the gilded the Beautiful Gates (Holy Doors) in the center and shining church chandelier (Greek: Panikadilo) hanging from its cupola (dome). The walls of the church decorated with Byzantine ornamentation.

Photo #692 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Foros Church of the Resurrection of Christ

Categories: Interior

Tags: #Church Interior #churches #cathedrals #Foros Church #Christ’s Resurrection Church #Foros #religion #Interior #Crimea #Russia #decorations #iconostasis #panikadilo #church chandelier

Old Icons and Flowers on the Window Sill – Interior of Foros Church

Old Icons and Flowers on the Window Sill - Interior of Foros Church

The beautiful richly decorated old icon of St. Nicholas, an icon of Our Lady with Child and one other icon framed flowers on the window sill. Interior of the Church of Christ’s Resurrection near Baidarsky Pass at Foros settlement. The church was built in 1892 at the most Southern coast of Crimean Peninsula, in the middle between Yalta and Sevastopol.

Photo #716 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Foros Church of the Resurrection of Christ

Categories: Architectural

Tags: #Church Interior #Crimea #Foros #Foros Church #Old Icons #Orthodox Churches #Resurrection Church #Russia #St. Nicholas #Window Sill #Windows #cathedrals #churches #icons #religion

Romanov’s Church at Livadia Palace Framed by Trees in a Foggy Day

Romanov's Church at Livadia Palace Framed by Trees in a Foggy Day

View from Livadia park on the home church of Romanov’s family with a small old style belfry at the side of their palace, the royal summer residence in Crimea, framed by trees in a foggy spring day. The Christian Orthodox Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross was constructed in 1864-66 by the project of Russian architect Ippolit Monighetti and connected with Livadia Palace.

Photo #084 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Livadia Palace and Park

Categories: Architectural

Tags: #Crimea #Holy Cross Church #Livadia #Romanov’s Church #Russia #cathedrals #churches #home church #religion #Orthodox Churches #framed by trees #Livadia Palace #fog #Spring #foggy day #palaces #residence

Magnificent Interior of the Home Church of Romanovs in Livadia

Magnificent Interior of the Home Church of Romanovs in Livadia

Interior view from the entrance of the Christian Orthodox Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Livadia with bright blue and red colors of the paintings on its vaults and attractively carved marble iconostasis with icons decorated with fresh flowers in the spring season. The church was constructed in 1864-66 by the project of Russian architect Ippolit Monighetti and connected with Livadia Palace, the former residence of Russian Tsars. It became a home church of Romanov family.

Photo #104 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Livadia Palace and Park

Categories: Cultural Interior

Tags: #Church Interior #Crimea #Holy Cross Church #Livadia #Romanov’s Church #Russia #cathedrals #churches #home church #religion

Elegant Pillars with Arches and Colorful Vaults of Holy Cross Church

Elegant Pillars with Arches and Colorful Vaults of Holy Cross Church

Interior view of the Christian Orthodox Church of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, the Home Church of Romanovs in Livadia. The church constructed in 1864-66 by the project of Russian architect Ippolit Monighetti and connected with Livadia Palace is decorated with elegant marble pillars and beautiful vaults painted in bright blue and gold colors with icons.

Photo #110 taken on May 05, 2017

Album: Livadia Palace and Park

Categories: Interior

Tags: #Church Interior #Crimea #Frescoes #Holy Cross Church #Livadia #Pillars #Romanov’s Church #Russia #cathedrals #churches #home church #icons #paintings #religion #vaults

Linen Thread Icon of Our Lady of Kazan

Linen Thread Icon of Our Lady of Kazan

Mind-blowing icon of Our Lady of Kazan from the church of St. Nicholas of Wonderworker of Myra in Malorechenskoye village (near Alushta) created by talented artist Vladimir Denshchikov using his own technique of “netting-macramé-collage”. Only linen is used in the process and each painstaking handwork takes for almost six months (and some even longer). Just imagine, the thickness of this is no more than 2 mm, and all the narrow parts are without tools and machines. Each of many great works of the master of the new type of iconography consists of more than 8 million knots.

Album: St. Nicholas Church-Lighthouse in Malorechenskoye

Categories: Art Works

Tags: #Alushta #Icon of Our Lady of Kazan #Malorechenskoye #Russia #St. Nicholas Church #Vladimir Denshchikov #icons #linen #linen icon #macramé #religion