Askold's grave [Izomaterial] = La colline d'Askold: species photography. - Stockholm: Shareholder. Granberg Island, [the beginning. XX century.]. - Phototype; 12x18; 8,7x13,6. - View of the Church of St. Nicholas on Askold's grave and the adjacent cemetery with a perspective on the Dnieper. - Nested in the folder with zagl. "Кіев - Кіеv" with 23 other species photos. - The image is horizontal. - The legendary name of the area is associated with the legend of the murder in this place in 882 of the Kiev princes Askold and Dirk Novgorod Prince Oleg. The stone church of St. Nicholas on Askold's grave was built in 1809-1810. on the project of architect A. Melensky on the site of a wooden church. Since the end of the XVIII century. on a significant territory adjacent to the church, was one of the most famous aristocratic necropolises in Kiev. Today, after reconstruction, the church again acquired a form close to the original. The current arrival of the Greek Catholic Church
1. Territory of Russia (collection). 2. Kiev - early. 20 cent. - Species photo. 3. Askold's grave (Kiev, city) - beg. 20 cent. -- Photo. 4. Photos are documentary.
1. The church. 2. city. 3. Phototype. 4. necropolis
ББК 39 (4Укр-2Киев) я61 ББК 85.163 (4Укр)
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