Map of the Trinity-St.Sergius Monastery.

  1. Trinity cathedral (1422-1423). color JPEG (105893 bytes), resolution: 399x630, and color GIF87 (232519 bytes), resolution: 494x778; Ref. 1, p.27
  2. Holy Spirit Church (1476-77).
  3. Assumption Cathedral (1559-85).
  4. Monastery walls (16th-17th centuries).
  5. Pyatnitskaya Tower (1640).
  6. Beautiful Tower (16th-19th centuries).
  7. Assumption gate (17th century). Entrance to the Monastery and museums; Ref. 5
  8. Drying Tower (16th-17th centuries).
  9. Duck Tower (17th century).
  10. Ringing Tower (16th-17th centuries).
  11. Salt Tower, lower tier (16th century).
  12. Pilgrim Tower (1758-1778): GIF file, 148K from Ref. 2, p.36
  13. Carpenter Tower (17th century).
  14. Cellarer Tower (1642-1849).
  15. Beer Tower (16th-17th centuries).
  16. Water Tower (17th century).
  17. Water Gate (16th-17th centuries).
  18. Onion Tower (16th-17th centuries).
  19. Metropolitan's Palace (16th-18th centuries).
  20. Treasury Building (16th-19th centuries): housing the exhibitions of Early Russian Art, Russian Art of the 18th to Early 20th Centuries, Russian Folk Art of the 18th to Early 20th Centuries, and Exhibition of Decorative and Applied Art.
  21. Infirmary with the Church of Saints Zosima and Savvaty (1635-37): housing the exhibitions of The History of the Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius, the Necropolis of the Trinity Monastery of St. Sergius, and The Architectural Ensemble and its Restoration. Inner courtyard between fortified wall and Infirmary, GIF file, 85K; from Ref. 2, p.43
  22. Refectory with the Church of St.Sergius (1686-92), GIF file, 150Kb from Ref. 5
  23. Tsar's Palace (late 17th century) GIF file, 110Kb from Ref.5. Detail of the facade, GIF file, 174K from Ref. 2, p.34
  24. Chapel-over-the Well (late 17th century).
  25. Gateway Church of St.John the Baptist (1693-99).
  26. Church of St.Micah (1734).
  27. Church of the Virgin of Smolensk (1745-48).
  28. Bell Tower (1740-70), GIF file, 110K from Ref. 5
  29. Godunov family mausoleum (1780).
  30. Sacristy (1780): housing the exhibitions of Early Russian Applied Art.
  31. Obelisk (1792).
Credits: The drawing and annotations appeared originally in Ref. 2, p.164-165
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