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The views of Khersonesus:
View 1, 43 Kb
The main entrance of a temple was usually decorated with marble and was quite spectacular.
View 2, 61 Kb
In the Middle Ages, white marble colonnadesof imposing temples stood high along the north shore of Khersonesus.
View 3, 46 Kb
View 4, 59 Kb
A temple in the town's northen section was named "basilica in basilica".
View 5, 58 Kb:
The Vladimirsky (St. Vladimir) Cathedral built to the memory of St. Prince Vladimir been baptisted in 988. The Architect D.I.Grimm, 1892.
View 6, 41 Kb:
Baptisterium of Cathedral in Chersonesus of Tauride, the place where St. Vladimir was baptisted
View 7, 24 Kb
Fortress Tower at Khersonesus Port.
View 8, 27 Kb
The northen section of the town.
View 9, 76 Kb
The peacock often occured in mosaic panels as a symbol of immortality.
View 10, 55 Kb
Vaults over the tombs in the walls of medieval temples.
The views of Balaklava:
View 1, 70 Kb
The Twelwe Apostoles Cathedral built in 1794 on the foundation of anceinet temple.
View 2, 58 Kb
View 3, 48 Kb
Elena Zhuzulina at Balaklava, 27 Kb
The views of City:
View from Malakhov barrow, 89 Kb
The Pokrovsky Cathedral, 40 Kb
View from Inkerman, 65 Kb.
View on Vladimirskiy (St.Vladimir) Cathedral, 43 Kb.
View from Artillery bay, 62 Kb.
View on South bay, 109 Kb.
The sea embankment and monument of Sink ship, 55Kb.
The monument of Sink ship, 15 Kb.
The brige in Seaside park, 62 Kb.
Landing ship, 34 Kb.
The count's quary, 46 Kb.
The lion at count's quary, 39 Kb.
The Inkerman St. Climent Monastery, 126 Kb.
In Sevastopol' aquarium, 47 Kb.