Church of St. Pimen the Great in Novye Vorotniki (Prepodobnogo Pimena Velikogo v Novykh Vorotnikakh), Moscow
3 Novovorotnikovskiy Pereulok, Moscow 127
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The church was constructed in 1696-1702, before being expanded at a later date. It was painted in 1896 in the style of the ... More
Church of St. Pimen the Great in Novye Vorotniki (Prepodobnogo Pimena Velikogo v Novykh Vorotnikakh)
The church was constructed in 1696-1702, before being expanded at a later date. It was painted in 1896 in the style of the Cathedral of St. Vladimir in Kiev. The marble iconostas was made in 1907 by the famous architect F. Shekhtel'. On the stained-glass window you will find the icon of Our Lady of Kazan. The church remained open even during Soviet times. Services are held daily at 8am and 5pm. Liturgies on Sundays are at 7am and 10am.
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