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  1. Western Façade
  2. Cupola, drum and pendentives
  3. Section of Central Crosswise Nave. East View
  4. Section of Central Crosswise Nave. West View
  5. Section of Central Lengthwise Nave. North View
  6. Section of Central Lengthwise Nave. South View
  7. Section of Northern Lengthwise Nave. North View
  8. Section of Northern Lengthwise Nave. South View
  9. Section of Southern Lengthwise Nave. South View
  10. Section of Southern Lengthwise Nave. North View
  11. Section of Western Crosswise Nave. West View
  12. Section of Western Crosswise Nave. East View
  13. Section of Eastern Crosswise Nave. East View
  14. Section of Eastern Crosswise Nave. West View
  15. Medallions



Medallions

Fragments of the wall painting

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1.  The Northwestern Pillar, The Eastern Facet


2.  The Northwestern Pillar, the Northern Facet


3.  The Northwestern Pillar, The Western Facet


4.  The Northwestern Pillar, the Southern Facet


5.  The Southwestern Pillar, the Northern Facet


6.  The Southwestern Pillar, the Western Facet


7.  The Southwestern Pillar, the Southern Facet


8.  The Southwestern Pillar, the Eastern Facet


9.  The Western Wall, the Fourth to the South of the Gates


10.  The Southern Wall, the Fourth to the West of the Doors


11.  The Western Wall, the First to the North of the Door


12.  The Western Wall, the Second to the North of the Doors


13.  The Northern Wall, the Fourth to the West of the Doors


14.  The Western Wall, the Fourth to the North of the Doors


15.  The Southern Altar Wall, the First from the Window


16.  The Southern Altar Wall, the Second from the Window


17.  The Northern Side of the Central Altar Apse


18.  The Northeastern Pillar, the Eastern Side


19.  The Southern Altar Apse Wall, the Fourth from the Window


20.  The Southern Altar Apse Wall, the Third from the Window


21.  The Northern Altar Apse Wall, the Third from the Window


22.  The Northern Altar Apse Wall, the Fourth from the Window


23.  The Southeastern Pillar, the Northern Facet


24.  The Northeastern Pillar, the Southern Facet


25.  The Southern Wall, the Third to the West of the Doors


26.  The Western Wall, Third to the North of the Doors


27.  The Southern Wall, the Third to the East of the Doors (under the window)


28.  The Southern Wall, the Second to the East of the Doors


29.  The Southern Wall, the First to the East of the Doors


30.  The Southern Wall, the First to the West of the Doors


31.  The Southern Wall, the Second to the West of the Doors


32.  The Western Wall, the First to the South of the Gates


33.  The Western Wall, the Second to the South of the Gates


34.  The Western Wall, the Third to the South of the Gates


35.  The Northern Wall, the Third to the West of the Doors


36.  The Northern Wall, the Second to the West of the Doors


37.  The Northern Wall, the First to the West of the Doors


38.  Central Altar Apse, Medallion under the Window


39.  The Northern Wall, the First to the East of the Doors


40.  The Northern Wall, the Second to the East of the Northern Doors


41.  The Northern Altar Wall, the Second from the Window


42.  The Northern Altar Wall, the First from the Window


43.  The Northern Altar Wall, First from the Window


44.  The Northern Altar Wall, Second from the Window


45.  The Southern Altar Apse Wall, Second from the Window


46.  The Southern Altar Apse Wall, the First from the Window


47.  Altar, under the Window


48.  Outside Fresco of the Western Portal to the North of the Doors


49.  Outside Fresco of the Western Portal to the South of the Doors


50.  The Southeastern Pillar, the Southern Facet


51.  The Northeastern Pillar, the Northern Facet

The Virgin Nativity Cathedral

The Virgin Nativity Cathedral

Numerous historic sources that mention Dionisy admire his wisdom and talent. Apparently, it was to him that the prominent ideologist, writer and public figure of those times Joseph Volotsky addressed his writings. Dionisy’s themes are determined by religious and philosophic ideas of public service and duty and an original interpretation of the role of Russia in the course of history. Confident and elegant drawing, light transparent colours, unique compositional harmony and flowing lines are inherent to Dionisy’s art. Images created by Dionisy are imbued with spiritual serenity and represent the forthcoming Kingdom of God.





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