I'm lucky to live not far from St. Cyryl's Church in Kiev so I can see it's domes when going to work.
Nevertheless I'm not feel tired of seeing this beautiful church almost every day. How can anyone be tired of seeing real beauty.
It is located on Oleny Teligy Street no far from "Dorogozhychi" Metro Station. Trolley bus No 27 will bring you exactly to this place (Trolley bus stop - "Museum - St .Cyryl's Church")
It is situated on the hill and hidden behind the green tees in summer but clearly visible in winter .
Legend says that Kyiv Rus Prince Svyatoslav is buried there. Now the Church is a museum with entrance fee but if you want to be present on the evening service you can go for free.
And on holidays like Easter or Christmas you can hear Church bells two blocks away. It is well known because of Vrubel's frescoes still preserved on its walls. Of course this Church is really worth visiting and you can ask for excursion in English there. You can spend hours inside studying frescoes on the walls.
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