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Central door in the century iconostasis of Suzdal’s Nativity Cathedral. Among the icon-painters was Grigory Zinovyev, one of the tsar’s most gifted artists. The iconostasis separates the nave from the sanctuary in an Orthodox Church. Russian Architecture, Church Architecture, Doors Galore, Cool Doors, Cathedral Church, Antique Doors, Orthodox Icons, Place Of Worship, Russian Art

Russia: The Golden Ring - Smit & Palarczyk

[RUSSIA.GOLDENRING 26.003] ‘Iconostasis door.’ Central door in the 17th century iconostasis of Suzdal’s Nativity Cathedral. Among the icon-painters was Grigory Zinovyev, one of the tsar’s most gifted artists. The iconostasis separates the nave from the sanctuary in an Orthodox church. Photo Mick Palarczyk.

Szentharomsag Church (Miskolc) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go - Updated 2020 (Miskolc, Hungary) - Tripadvisor Church Architecture, Beautiful Architecture, Hungary Travel, Church Interior, Amazing Buildings, Orthodox Icons, Place Of Worship, Religious Art, Budapest

Szentháromság Church (Miskolc) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go - Updated 2021 (Miskolc, Hungary) - Tripadvisor

Szentháromság Church, Miskolc: See 22 reviews, articles, and 11 photos of Szentháromság Church, ranked No.6 on Tripadvisor among 29 attractions in Miskolc.

Is Eger Hungary's Most Beautiful City? Church Architecture, Ancient Architecture, Hungary Travel, Church Interior, Russian Orthodox, Orthodox Icons, Most Beautiful Cities, Place Of Worship, Serbian

Is Eger Hungary's Most Beautiful City? | Carpe Diem Eire

Is Eger Hungary's Most Beautiful city? It makes a very strong case for it. These are the best things to do in Eger on a trip.

Trebizond Gospels, The Annunciation, Walters Manuscript fol. Byzantine Icons, Byzantine Art, Raising Of Lazarus, Dove Flying, Saint Esprit, Orthodox Icons, Sacred Art, Illuminated Manuscript, Religious Art

Trebizond Gospels, The Annunciation, Walters Manuscript W.531, fol. 102v

Just as in the image of the Baptism (fol. 59v), the Holy Spirit is shown here as a dove flying from above toward the Virgin (this detail of the miniature is very abraded, but it can be vaguely seen between the letters of the labeling inscription). Mary is in the process of spinning purple thread for the curtain of the Holy of Holies in the Temple of Jerusalem (Protoevangelium of James 10:2-11:1). This Gospel Book was probably made in Constantinople in the mid-twelfth century and is…