Détails de l'endroit

Détails de l'endroit

Church of the Intercession at Fili

The Church of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos in Fili is located in the Filevsky Park area. The building is an early Moscow Baroque building and dates back to the 17th century.

In 1694, at the expense of L. K. Naryshkin built a temple here — it is not known who built it, but there are two candidates for authors — Yakov Bukhvostov and Pyotr Potapov. The latter created the Novodevichy Convent.

The style of the church is called “Naryshkin” Baroque in another way. Due to its openwork and lightness, the temple acquired the name “lace fairy tale”. There was a winter heated church of the Intercession of the Virgin, above it was a church named after the Savior Not Made by Hands. Peter I also played a significant role for the temple — he allocated 400 chervonets for it, presented colored stained glass windows, and the temple itself was then decorated with a crown and a double-headed eagle. It is said that on the iconostasis, many see the young Peter I in the facial features of one of the saints.

In 1812, troubles began: there were stables in the lower church, and a mop was made at the top, where tailors sewed regiments. Under the Bolsheviks, the church was closed, the domes were removed, and the octagon was dismantled — it was 1941 in the yard, and the church was clearly visible from the air: despite the camouflage, the temple inherited it.

Until 1943, the church served as an infirmary, and after the end of the war and until 1963, there was a paper warehouse here. Since 1955, the church has been under restoration, and then it was given to the Andrei Rublev Museum.

Since 2000, services in the church have been held as before.

The Church of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos in Fili is located in the Filevsky Park area. The building is an early Moscow Baroque building and dates back to the 17th century.

In 1694, at the expense of L. K. Naryshkin built a temple here — it is not known who built it, but there are two candidates for authors — Yakov Bukhvostov and Pyotr Potapov. The latter created the Novodevichy Convent.

The style of the church is called “Naryshkin” Baroque in another way. Due to its openwork and lightness, the temple acquired the name “lace fairy tale”. There was a winter heated church of the Intercession of the Virgin, above it was a church named after the Savior Not Made by Hands. Peter I also played a significant role for the temple — he allocated 400 chervonets for it, presented colored stained glass windows, and the temple itself was then decorated with a crown and a double-headed eagle. It is said that on the iconostasis, many see the young Peter I in the facial features of one of the saints.

In 1812, troubles began: there were stables in the lower church, and a mop was made at the top, where tailors sewed regiments. Under the Bolsheviks, the church was closed, the domes were removed, and the octagon was dismantled — it was 1941 in the yard, and the church was clearly visible from the air: despite the camouflage, the temple inherited it.

Until 1943, the church served as an infirmary, and after the end of the war and until 1963, there was a paper warehouse here. Since 1955, the church has been under restoration, and then it was given to the Andrei Rublev Museum.

Since 2000, services in the church have been held as before.

The Church of the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos in Fili is located in the Filevsky Park area. The building is an early Moscow Baroque building and dates back to the 17th century.

In 1694, at the expense of L. K. Naryshkin built a temple here — it is not known who built it, but there are two candidates for authors — Yakov Bukhvostov and Pyotr Potapov. The latter created the Novodevichy Convent.

The style of the church is called “Naryshkin” Baroque in another way. Due to its openwork and lightness, the temple acquired the name “lace fairy tale”. There was a winter heated church of the Intercession of the Virgin, above it was a church named after the Savior Not Made by Hands. Peter I also played a significant role for the temple — he allocated 400 chervonets for it, presented colored stained glass windows, and the temple itself was then decorated with a crown and a double-headed eagle. It is said that on the iconostasis, many see the young Peter I in the facial features of one of the saints.

In 1812, troubles began: there were stables in the lower church, and a mop was made at the top, where tailors sewed regiments. Under the Bolsheviks, the church was closed, the domes were removed, and the octagon was dismantled — it was 1941 in the yard, and the church was clearly visible from the air: despite the camouflage, the temple inherited it.

Until 1943, the church served as an infirmary, and after the end of the war and until 1963, there was a paper warehouse here. Since 1955, the church has been under restoration, and then it was given to the Andrei Rublev Museum.

Since 2000, services in the church have been held as before.

Adresse

6 Novozavodskaya Street

La Source

https://kudago.com/msk/place/cerkov-pokrova-v-filyah/

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