Today we will go to his homeland, to the city of Murom. The first mention of Murom in the annals dates back to 862. This is the year of the calling of the Varangians to Russia - the time of the appearance of the famous prince Rurik.
More than a hundred years remain before the baptism of Rus. Murom in the Tale of Bygone Years is already mentioned as a city and when the first settlement appeared here can only be judged by the research of archaeologists. The oldest traces of human presence here date back to the Neolithic period (9000-1500 BC).
A narrow winding road leads from Vladimir to the east towards Murom. It is difficult and even dangerous to overtake slow-moving vehicles here. Therefore, very often, especially closer to Vladimir, there are long sections with a solid dividing line. We have to trudge for a long time after some suburban groove.
Moore appeared on the horizon. At the very entrance there is a "Epic Stone", which also serves as a city stele. You can stop in front of a stone on the right side of the road. There is a pocket for a couple of cars. You can slow down - take a picture.
Then the city begins - gray brick five-story buildings mixed with the private sector, fences of Murom enterprises. There is not a hint of the centuries-old history.
From the very beginning of his stay in Murom, there is a slight feeling of the Soviet atmosphere. Even the abundance of temples and monasteries could not dispel it. USSR and that's it. Moreover, these loudspeakers on the streets broadcast about local events, the work of the administration and utilities.
Wide streets lead from the outskirts to the center. The traffic here is not too intense - the district is proud after all. In the central part, buildings of pre-revolutionary times begin to come across. Sometimes there are temples. However, the abundance of churches described on the Internet and in films is not noticeable at all. No, there are really a lot of them, but firstly, the press exaggerates, and secondly, all these churches are so tightly squeezed into the urban development that you can not even see them while driving by. Moreover, the same utilities are in no hurry to cut down the bushes that grow freely throughout the city. At least on the observation deck they could cut it out.
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Murom is rightfully considered one of the most ancient cities in Russia. Someone knows it thanks to the anniversary 10-ruble coin, someone thanks to famous people who were born here. And there are, indeed, a lot of them. From the legendary strongman Ilya Muromets to the creator of television V. Zvorykin.
The symbol of Murom is an ornate kalach depicted on the city coat of arms. It is not surprising that many excursions start from the monument to the kalach erected on Lenin Street. You can continue your acquaintance with baking traditions in the Bread Room. It will surely be not only interesting, but also delicious here. A fascinating story always ends with a tea party in a warm atmosphere.
Another monument that has become a Murom symbol is an epic stone with the image of Ilya Muromets and the words written about the city in the Tale of Bygone Years.
There are plenty of legends and legends connected with Murom. They concern primarily the epic hero Ilya Muromets. Arriving in the city, anyone can be convinced that this character is not at all fantastic, but quite real.
All you need to do is make an excursion to the village of Karacharovo. And in the very center of Murom, on the embankment, a monument is erected not to anyone, but to him. And, finally, there is no doubt after visiting the Spaso-Preobrazhensky Monastery, where the relics of the hero are kept.
Murom amazes guests not only with a large number of monuments, but also with ancient monasteries, within the walls of which they take care and preserve centuries-old traditions. The most frequently visited is Spaso-Preobrazhensky. The flow of tourists here does not dry out at any time of the year. This is due to the good location in the center and the rich history. After all, the monastery walls were erected during the time of Ivan the Terrible. So he marked his victory in Kazan.
Many Murom religious buildings are associated with the name of Saints Peter and Fevronia, which have long become symbols of family, love and fidelity. Monuments to the legendary couple have been erected in many Russian cities. It is not surprising that they are in their homeland as well. As many as two. It is very symbolic that one of the monuments was installed right at the doors of the city registry office. So that the lovers do not forget who to imitate and whom to look up to in family life.
At 137 km from Vladimir, on seven hills, on the left bank of the Oka River lies Murom - one of the ancient cities included in the extended list of the Golden Ring of Russia.
The city was founded in 862 on the land where the Finno-Ugric peoples used to live. By the name of one of the tribes - Murom - the settlement got its name. For a long time, Murom was an extreme outpost of eastern Russia, which took blows from those who went to war against it.
Savior Transfiguration Monastery
Murom was burned to the ground by the Mongol-Tatars, ruined by the Poles, but each time he was reborn from the ashes, like a Phoenix bird. The Murom squad, famous for its bravery, fought on the Kulikovo field and besieged Kazan under the command of Ivan the Terrible.
Murom is the birthplace of the hero Ilya Muromets. As proof of the real existence of the hero, they cite the fact that Ilya Muromets had the nickname Gushchin, since his hut stood in the thick of the forest on the site of house number 279 on Priokskaya Street. It was here, near the village of Karacharovo, that the hero's horse punched a spring with its hoof, and in the dense forests of Murom, the legendary warrior-hero defeated the Nightingale the Robber.
Monument to Ilya Muromets in the park. Lenin
Holy Trinity Convent
Church of the Ascension
Murom is a city that is the regional center of the Vladimir region. The settlement is included in the Golden Ring of Russia and is located on the Oka River. Many famous historical dates are associated with it, the history is rich. You can talk about all the legacies of this amazing place indefinitely, but we will try. Distance from Moscow - 280 km, and from Vladimir 137 km.
The Family Suitcase company regularly travels to the cities of the Golden Ring of Russia.
The most common form of transport is the train. You can bypass traffic jams and get to the point in five hours using Russian Railways. Sending is carried out from the Kazansky railway station in Moscow. If you buy a ticket for a branded train with two floors, then the duration of your journey will be 4 hours. The train from Vladimir to Murom runs regularly. Intercity buses run to Murom. Check their schedule in advance using the services of the official websites. The journey takes 6-6.5 hours. By private car, you must travel along the M7 highway. You will have two routes at your disposal - through Gorokhovets or Pavlovo. You will be there in 5-6 hours. The road is good.
There are no difficulties with public transport in the city. Buses, minibuses and taxis run regularly. The fare is 17 rubles. Taxi prices are reasonable. In general, one trip will cost 100-200 rubles, depending on the route you choose. The city includes 198 streets. The largest are Moskovskaya, Vladimirskaya, Karacharovskoye shosse, Komsomolskaya, Kuibysheva, Sovetskaya, Molodezhnaya and others.
The annals indicate that the appearance of the hail falls on the year 862. The city is 1155 years old. The oldest settlement in Russia has a difficult history of origin. In 988, Gleb was the first prince. He is the founder of the Church of the Savior. The ruler was killed. Kiev and Chernigov governors began to be at the head.
In 1097, at the congress of princes, it was decided to transfer Murom to Prince Yaroslav for management. He later baptized local residents. In church books he bears a different name - Constantine. He erected a temple in the name of the Annunciation of the Most Holy Theotokos. Yaroslav worked for the glory of the people. Over a long period of government, the settlement was transformed, the economic situation has improved significantly. The city celebrates the Day of Remembrance of Saints (May 21). They say that miracles still happen over the relics of Constantine and his children.
The city is home to a real historical saint person - Ilya Muromets. As a child, the boy was often ill and was not in good health. He couldn't even walk on his own. Once, when visiting a church, the boy saw Nicholas the Wonderworker himself, asking for water. The kid replied that he could not move, then in response he heard - "Get up and walk!". From that moment on, the child not only learned to walk, but also became famous for his great heroic strength.
The city was badly damaged during the Tatar-Mongol invasion. In 1507, the population was overtaken by an epidemic. The recovery was difficult. A wooden wall was built in the 17th century. Since the city is on the river, trade was actively developing. In 1864, a water supply system appeared. Later barracks, telegraph. The goat bog was covered with stones. A railway was built at the end of the 19th millennium.
There are enough catering places. The cafes and restaurants offer excellent service. A more budget-friendly menu awaits you in the dining rooms. Mainly Russian and European dishes are offered. There are many pizzerias, bakeries, summer cafes. The most popular are such establishments as "Prince Vladimir", "Captain Hook", "Empire", "Chaika", "Lada", "La Mur", "Gloria". Prices are reasonable. There is even a vegetarian menu, for example, in the El Caramelo cafe.
Holy Resurrection Monastery in Murom
The epic city of Murom stands on the high Oka coast. Dozens of poppies of monasteries and temples look at the wide flooded distances, and in the evenings a quiet evangelism spreads around the area. The Holy Resurrection Convent is located on the northern outskirts of the city, above the bend of the beautiful Oka. According to one of the legends, the life of two Russian saints, Peter and Fevronia, is connected with him, serving as an example of wisdom, humility and true love. There is no reliable information, but according to legend, they founded this monastery, and Euphrosinia (in monasticism - Fevronia) lived and worked in it, it was here that her earthly path ended.
Legends say that a wooden monastery stood on this place as early as the 11th century. The first official mention of the Holy Resurrection Monastery in the Scripture Book dates back to 1566. Even then, it consisted of two wooden churches with a bell tower, a fence, the abbess's house and 21 cells for nuns, and in the 17th century it was rebuilt from stone with the preservation of the architecture ... By decree of Catherine II in 1764, the monastery was abolished, and the main church became a separate parish. In the 30s of the 20th century, the Resurrection Church was completely closed. When the revival of the monastery began in 1998, there was a sports ground in the cemetery, and a sauna and a boxing ring under the bell tower. Construction and restoration work is still going on.
The Holy Resurrection Monastery stands a little further from the main Murom monasteries. Yes, and the level of grooming does not yet reach them - the Soviet authorities "battered" him too much. But it is he who still possesses “that very” real Russian soul. The dirt road, the sea of meadow flowers, the absence of crowds of tourists and the magnificent architecture - all this evokes genuine emotions. If the legends tell the truth, then this is the oldest Orthodox monastery in Russia that has survived to this day.
Go down from the monastery to the Oka - on the slope there is a healing spring named after. Saints Peter and Fevronia - patrons of family and marriage.
The Resurrection Church is the largest in Murom, has a square shape, decorated with a row of kokoshniks on top. 5 chapters stand on narrow openwork drums, high shining crosses give a festive look. At the bottom, it is surrounded by a gallery, and the entrances are made in the form of tents in the old Russian style. The second temple - Vvedensky - with one dome and an 8-sided hipped bell tower. It is in it that the shrines of the monastery are kept and regular services are held. The image of the Mother of God "Joy of All Who Sorrow", the old icon "Theodorovskaya", the icon of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, consecrated on his holy relics in Bari, Italy, the icon and relics of Mitrofan of Voronezh and an ark with particles of several Russian saints - all of them are guarded by the Holy Resurrection Monastery.
Address: Murom, July lane, 1a. Web site.
Coordinates: 55.85833 °, 42.55278 °
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