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2 Our Lady of the Don (from the Dormition cathedral in Kolomna)
The worship of the icon is connected with the campaigns of Ivan IV against the Tartar states and reminiscences of the victory over Tartars in the Battle of Kulikovo, on the river Don, in 1380. Tsar Ivan took the icon in his Kazan military expedition of 1552 and, after the victory, placed it in the Annunciation Cathedral of the Kremlin. In 1591, Tsar Fedor's prayer before it preceded the miraculous deliverance of Moscow from the troops of Khan Kazi Ghirei.
3 View south, on the Lake Ilmen side
Looking from Kokui tower of Novgorod kremlin
4 Deluxe Kremlin Room with King Size bed
Baltschug Kempinski Hotel. Moscow
View of the kremlin from the point at which the River Pskov joins the Velikaya.
9 General view of the interior
The Church of the Resurrection in Rostov kremlin
11 The Arsenal Building in Moscow Kremlin. View from the Yard Side
Photo of Pavlov P.
12 The Altar Cross. The Kremlin Museum
It is the oldest extant Old Russian altar crosses used in the Exaltation liturgy, one of the altar crosses-reliquariues prototyped by the True Cross. The oldest of such Byzantine crosses, of 10th century, ascend to crosses worshipped by the Imperial court.
13 The Arsenal Building in Moscow Kremlin. Entrance Part from the Yard Side
Photo of Pavlov P.
14 Double Pendant Reliquary. The Kremlin Museum
On the sides of the inner case there is an Old Russian inscription: "This is the Cross of Christ and His Blood and the Robe and the Sepulchre and the Robe of the Mother of God". The external case is decorated by the images of Archangel Michael with the first Russian Saints - princes Boris and Gleb on front. The reliquary could be made in Tver in memory of the Tver prince Mikhail Jaroslavich, after his death in the Golden Hoard in 1318.
15 Nikolskie Gates of the Moscow Kremlin
Monument at the Murder Place of Grand Duke Sergei Alexandrovich. Historical Museum.