A Shining Dimond on the “Golden Ring”
“Golden Ring” is a ring-road that connects eight ancient towns nearby the city of Moscow.
If you have only limited time to visit one destination, then Suzdal is the best choice among those eight towns.
Suzdal was the religious center traced back from the early stage of Ivan IV. However, businessmen failed to convince the government to build railway here in Suzdal in the mid of 19 century. Therefore, it remains pure country styles until today.
You can see colorful windows with engraved design of frames on the road.
The most famous attraction in Suzdal is Kremlin in the south of the town.
An onion-like top is the distinguish feature of Orthodox churches. There are dozens of Orthodox churches around Suzadal.
After viewing so many “colorful onions”, you’ll see a wooden style complex in the south of Kremlin, just crossed over Kamenka River.
That was a sunny day with white cotton clouds, and every moment was a vivid & lively scenery when I strolling on the roads.
After a day-visit, the weather began to be cloudy in the late afternoon. I’ve captured the moment when the sunlight forced to shed from thick clouds.