In the Middle Ages, Vladimir was the birthplace of Russia, the famous Grand Duchy of Vladimir, from this town into a huge Russia now spanning five urban areas.
The Assumption Cathedral in the heart of the city is typical of the ancient architecture of Vladimir, the oldest building in Russia that was built in the 12th century. A towering white bell tower and five "onion head" gold-plated domes become the template for the later Russian Orthodox church building
afternoon dusk, the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin is particularly quiet, no noisy tourists, only three two devout The believers and the priest were whispering in silence, and they seemed to be able to hear their own footsteps.
The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin has a large lawn and grove, which is the favorite leisure habitat for the people of the city. In the midsummer season, it is dark late, people have a lot of time to enjoy the warmth and joy of the afternoon sun without worry, the intimate couples are lingering, the friends are sitting and chatting, the bicycles are tricky, and the boss who bought the year pushes Wheelchairs enjoy a sunset, the scenery is beautiful, and the romance is full, making people feel like they are in a fairy tale world. Looking at the beautiful scenery and the pleasant people around, the wonderful time makes people feel at ease, and the mood is really drunk.
JOJO’s wonderful trip
Vladimir is the capital of Russia's Vladimir region, located 190 kilometers southeast of Moscow. It is part of the Central Federal District of the Russian Federation. It is a city older than Moscow and is known as another jewel in ancient Russia. The world-famous "Russian Golden Ring" tourist line passes through Vladimir. Vladimir has a wealth of tourism resources and numerous historical and cultural sites. There is a Golden Gate built in the middle of the 12th century, with the highest position in the Russian Cathedral, the Assumption Cathedral, Dmitriev Church, Archangel Michael Church, Holy Trinity Church and other tourist attractions.