Суздаль (Suzdal), Russia
Суздаль (Suzdal) highlights
Suzdal, a charming little town that boasts a 10th-century Kremlin, numerous churches and five monasteries, including Spaso-Yevfimiev Monastery.
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Last updated on: 18 October 2019
Суздаль (Suzdal) description
Suzdal was able to preserve a great number of stunning examples of the Russian architecture of the 13th-19th century.
Suzdal is one of the oldest Russian towns. In the 12th century it became the capital of the principality, while Moscow was merely one of its subordinate settlements.
There are 305 monuments and listed buildings in Suzdal, including 30 churches, 14 bell towers and 5 monasteries and convents. 79 of them are federally protected buildings and 167 are regionally protected.
Currently, Suzdal is the smallest of the Russian Golden Ring towns,but it is a major tourist attraction.
Several of its monuments are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
There’s also the open-air Museum of Wooden Architecture and Peasant Life, where you can explore old rural houses that have been brought to Suzdal from all over the region.
Суздаль (Suzdal) related tours
We at Monterrasol Travel welcome you to see Суздаль (Suzdal) during multi-day small group car tour. Contact us if you would like to customize your tour to Суздаль (Suzdal).
We have developed several tours that visiting this beautiful place. But, if you have a special conditions or any from these tours fit you, please do not hesitate to contact us, we can organize a tour exactly as you would like. And remember, we have no problems to take you from almost any place where you stay, hotel or private accommodation.
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