Inkerman monastery. Sevastopol [Izomaterial: electronic resource] = Le couvent de Inkermann. Sébastopole: [postcard]. - Electronic data (2 files: 2.7 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. The title from the screen. Electronic reproduction of the open letter: Inkerman monastery. Sevastopol [Izomaterial] = Le couvent de Inkermann. Sébastopole. Sevastopol: Edition of NA Vyaznov, [between 1895 and 1904] (Dresden: Stengel \u0026 Co). 1 card: phototype. № 22. On the form of the Universal Postal Union. Location: Children's Museum of the postcard, St. Petersburg. Copy by users is not allowed. On the postcard picture of the church of the Holy Great Martyr and Healer Panteleimon, erected in 1895 in memory of the rescue of the royal family in a railway accident, and the cave church of St. Clement Roman in the Monastery cliff. These temples belong to the Inkerman St. Kliment Men's Monastery. The time of the foundation of the monastery is determined by historians ambiguously: from 8-9 to 14-15 centuries. The main premises of the monastery - cave, are carved in the western cliff of the Monastery rock. Cave structures are a complex of 3 churches (or a temple with 3 different chapels: St. Apostle Andrew, St. Clement of Rome, St. Martin of Rome) and adjacent cells, tombs, the ancient refectory, and stairway tunnels. Transitions connect the caves with the terrace of the monastery and the plateau above the precipice
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