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Cathedral of the Sign Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: Today we're visiting the Cathedral of the Sign ( the Znamensky Monastery) in Moscow, Russia. Pick your difficulty level, click start, put the puzzle back together piece by piece and admire the beautiful orthodox church. The history of Znamensky Monastery and its cathedral is closely linked with the history of the Romanov boyar family. The Znamensky Monastery is currently made up of five buildings. The most prominent is the Our Lady of the Sign Cathedral, named after the revered 12th century icon. From 1679-1684, according to a contract worth 850 rubles, Grigoriev and Anisimov built the Cathedral of Znamensky — which at the time was the second largest cathedral in Kitay Gorod after the St. Basil’s. The Znamensky Monastery — considered one of the main worship places of the Romanovs —was deconsecrated in the early 1920s as part of the Soviet anti-religious campaign. After 1991, religious services resumed in the church.

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