Dear Friends! We continue to acquaint you with the Artistic Heritage of the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, in particular with the painting of the Refectory Church.
Dear friends! We bring to your attention the new release of “In memory of Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra” photo project. With this, we continue the story of monastic life in Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra during the Second World War and in the postwar years.
Did you know that Johann-Gottfried Schädel, the architect of the Great Lavra Bell Tower, found it difficult to leave his service in Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra?
In this series of curious facts about Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra we are going to tell you about the representatives of the Monastery that were sent to St. Petersburg and Moscow with their diplomatic missions. Did you know that after the Fire of 1718, Hieromonk and future Archimandrite of Kyiv-Pechersk Monastery Roman (Kopa in the world) fulfilled several diplomatic missions while travelling to St. Petersburg?
Did you know that in the early 20th century, pilgrims who came to Kyiv to visit the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, had the opportunity to get to the Monastery by public transport quite conveniently, using the Kyiv city railway?
Did you know that two types of bricks were used in the construction of the Great Lavra Bell Tower?
National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical and Cultural Preserve changes its name