2 April 2011

Kamianets-Podilskyi. Ukraine. 1984 - 1.

The Bell Tower, The Turkish Minaret and the Cathedral. - Entry to The Trynitar Church.
Kellatorn, Türgi minaret ja katedraal. - Kolmainsuse kiriku sissepääsu juures.
Колокольня, турецкий минарет и Кафедральный костел (Xv - xVIII вв.). - У входа в Тринитарский костел (XVIII в).

* Kamianets-Podilskyi is a city located on the Smotrych River in western Ukraine. The first part of the city's dual name originates from kamin’ (Ukrainian: камiнь) or kamen, meaning "stone" in the Old East Slavic language. The second part of the name relates to the historic region of Podillia of which Kamianets-Podilskyi is considered to be the historic capital. Because of the rich historical and architectural legacy, Kamianets-Podilskyi was included in the World’s culture heritage of UNESCO.

* Kamianets-Podilskyi (Kamenets-Podolski) on Ukrainas, Podoolias asuv kindluslinn, mis peaks Eesti lugejatele olema üsna hea tuttav mitu korda eesti keeles ilmunud V. Beljajevi raamatust "Vana kindlus" (terviktriloogia ilmus 1955. aastal).

Old church. - Southern fortifications.
Vana kirik.- Lõunapoolsed kaitsekindlustused.
Крестовоздвиженская церковь (XVIII в). Фрагмент. - Южные оборонительные укрепления.

Arc de Triomphe - Honcharska (The Potter’s) Tower.
Triumfikaar - Pottseppade torn.
Триумфальная арка (XVIII в.). - Вид на Гончарную башню (XVI в.).


* Kamianets-Podilskyi
* Kamianets-Podilskyi (Kamenets-Podolski)
* Каменец-Подольский государственный историко-архитектурный заповедник.

Postcards, 1984.

My collection.

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