The sacred pearl of the Korets district is the complex of the Holy Trinity convent, which includes the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, the temple of John the Baptist (Warm Church), a bell tower, a Regent's catechism school, cells, its own apiary and outbuildings. The temple with centuries-old traditions is known for the icon of the Mother of God ,,the Helper of sinners” – a miracle-working image that is revered by Christians of the Eastern and Western rites. Alexander Pushkin's muse, Anna Oleksiivna Andro – Olenina, is buried on the territory of the monastery. She is the poet dedicated a cycle of romantic poetry called ,,Oleniana”. In the monastery is read, "Relentless Psalter" - a prayer that does not stop day or night, and is aimed at continuous praying for the sins of mankind.
It will also be interesting to visit the Church of St. Nicholas in Korets. Now it is the main Church of the Korets deanery and the only Church in the Koretsky district built in the Empire style. In the vicinity of the city of Korets is an interesting tourist village of Novy Korets. Among the sacred monuments – the Church of St. Paraskeva-Friday, St. Elijah and Kuzmo-Demianian Church, each of which is worthy of special attention.
In 1897, a wooden Church of saints Kuzma and Demian was built on the place where the Ukrainian crystal shield came to the surface. In addition to the aesthetic pleasure of contemplating the temple, towering on a granite rock above the river Korchyk, in this place you can feel the omnipresence of God,
because the acoustics of the church are extraordinary due to the granite rock, which amplifies and redirects the sound waves, as if wrapping up all the objects inside. The Church of St. Elijah dates from 1595, the highlight of which is the lost technique of building a log Church without nails. To preserve the integrity of the structure and interior decoration, liturgies in the Church are performed only once a year, on August 02, the day of remembrance of the biblical prophet Elijah.
The Church of St. Paraskeva-Friday is a relatively young architectural monument, built in 1911. The architecture of the Church has the features of the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Korets.
Orthodox pilgrims can visit the graves of the righteous in addition to numerous temples: the schema nuns Cherubima in the village of Zastavya and archdeacon Michael in the village of Stary Korets. Miracles of healing have been repeatedly recorded near their resting places, and prayers of thanksgiving are held. The cost includes:
Tour service at all locations, consultation on the nearest filling station, medical care, accommodation and catering facilities.
The tour cost does not include: medical care, insurance, food, transportation, individual expenses for Church services and the purchase of souvenirs, translation support.
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