Because of its proximity to Moscow, the place is quite touristy. Leave your car a little further away from the main entrance, near industrial buildings, painted with graffiti. Our journey begins with the Temple of the Sign of the Most Holy Mother of God. The Mysterious Temple. It's hard to believe it's Orthodox. During the construction it took the workers 15 years only to carve stone, but what the result!
Cozily settled down on the summer veranda, watching the life of the city of Chekhov. Facility's strict, laconic interior and varied menu: from beer snacks to Siciliano salmon under creamy mushroom sauce with shrimps.
Destroying romanticism and classicism. The silhouette of the manor hides behind a bush and a small forest is formed inside. Walking under ancient arches, listening to the sounds of the environment.
Intelligent city of Kashira for lovers of architecture. Pre-revolutionary development and graffiti on "new" houses. Constructivism and two-storey freshly painted wooden houses with TV plates. Pleasant city for a leisurely stroll.
The opposite bank of the Oka River adorns the monastery, which from afar resembles a fortress. Indeed, the military defense function of the building was performed many centuries ago. It was also a prison for prisoners, whose hands were used to build the bridge across the river. Now the Empire and the Moscow Baroque complement each other beautifully. On the territory there are neat benches, broken flower beds and peace. Officials ask to refrain from taking pictures.
At the same time it is an observation deck. Alas, we did not have time to climb it and explore the city, as the entrance for visitors closes at four o'clock in the afternoon. But it looks cute outside too. The square next to it is clean, ennobled, you can sit, relax on a bench.
A cafe in the heart of Zaraisk. It's a wonderful place to sit by the window, peeping out of town. Desserts surprised.