Photographer's Note

Suzdal is a small town, center of so-called Golden Ring - chain of ancient cities in the center of Russia. Suzdal has 42 churches and monasteries on a territory of 12 square kilometers, thus almost in every corner of the town you can see spires and domes. It was a first time when I was in Suzdal, and in very nasty weather, but I liked the place very much. I'll definitely come there some day later. It's so Russian that look almost artificial in it.
Now, what's on the photo? It's a small river, near the center of the town, on one shore is Alexander's Monastery, and near this towers of Saviour-Evfimy Monastery, and on the other shore is Veil of the Virgin Monastery. Here you can see only church of Alexander's monastery, year 1688 made.

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