Have you ever gone to a tour of Moscow of different faiths? Indeed, apart from the usual Christian churches in Moscow have historic Lutheran and Anglican churches, the Catholic Church, from which captures the spirit. And whose story makes us think and better understand those who are their followers.
1) Cathedral Of The Immaculate Conception Of The Blessed Virgin Mary
This Cathedral is the most impressive Catholic Cathedral of Russia, where the services are held in different languages. It was built almost 10 years — from 1901 to 1911, the interior decoration was finished by 1917, At the Governor’s construction was carried out far from the center of Moscow and large Orthodox churches without towers and sculpted statues.
After the revolution, during the Soviet rule the Church was used as a hostel, then a scientific research Facility. Continue reading
Opening hours Cathedral:
Weekdays: 8:00-12:45 and 17:15-19:30. Weekends and holidays: 8:00-13:45 17:15-20:00
Tourist visit: weekdays: 13:00-17:00. Weekends and holidays: 14:00-17:00
Outside the Cathedral you can see at any time of the day or night for free
How to get there : Pla Seu, Barcelona, 08002
Metro . Jaume I (line 4)
If the Sagrada Familia is unique in the world achievement of engineering and architectural design, the Barcelona Cathedral is the main religious Institute of the city and is the seat of the Bishop of Barcelona. Continue reading
3 December in Togliatti Philharmonic concert – opening! This evening will perform a medieval music ensemble “FLOS FLORUM” with “Gothic arces “: music of Gothic cathedrals and castles”.
“Flower of flowers” in Latin sounds like the name of the ensemble of medieval music “FLOS FLORUM “. This symbol is courtly and religious – at the same time is the essence of Gothic art, filled with the theme of flowering. It is both a secular ideal of chivalrous admiration for a Beautiful lady, and poetize Christian image of the virgin, and symbol of the extraordinary flourishing of the arts in Europe during the Middle ages and Renaissance.
This unusual group was created in 2008 by young local musicians, keen on the idea of recreating the old European music. According to the head of the ensemble of Alexander Starkov, an interest in musical diversity of the middle Ages and Renaissance appeared in his student years: “when I first heard the music of a cappella from the 12th century, became interested in Gregorian chant. Since this all began. Continue reading