- XIV century
- Krestyanskaya Square, 10
- 0°0′0.00″E; 0°0′0.00″N
in XIV-XV was situated in the Kremlin at the church Spasa na Boru (was called Spassky at that time), in the second half of the XV century was transferred to the left bank of the Moskva-river, below Taganka. Was an important link in the system of fortified monasteries, covering the city in the south and south-east. In 1640-42 the wooden fortifications of Novospassky monastery were replaced by brick walls with five towers. The ensemble of Novospassky monastery has: a four-column five-domed Spaso-Preobrazhensky cathedral, built on the pattern of the Uspensky cathedral in the Kremlin (1645-49, there is wall-painting by F. Zubtsov, V. Kondakov and others, 1689, and an iconostasis of the XVII century, boyar Romanovs’ family vault), a refectory chamber (50s of the XVII century) with the church Porkrova (70s of the XVII century), Khlebodarnaya palata (Breadgiving chamber) (1677-78), a hospital with the church of Nikolay Chudotvorets (the second half of the XVII century, rebuilt in XIX century), monks’ cells (1642-44), patriarch Filaret’s chambers (1620, rebuilt in the XIX century), the church Znameniya (boding) (1791-95, architect E.S. Nazarov), a monumental over gate bell-tower (1759-85, architect I.P. Zherebtsov). It was abolished in 1918. The services were resumed in 1991. The names of Novospassky bridge, lane, quay and square are derived from the name of the monastery.
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