The History Of The Icon The Vladimir Mother Of God The city of Vladimir (from which the icon takes its name) is located on the Klyazma [two syllables] River, about 100 miles East of Moscow. It's one of Russia's most ancient cities. ("Vladi" means "He who possesses/owns"; "mir" (in this instance) means "the world." Hence, Owner/King/Ruler of The World. In very much the same that Vladivostok means "The Lord of the East.") Not so coincidentally, Vladimir is also the name of the first Grand…

The History Of The Icon The Vladimir Mother Of God The city of Vladimir (from which the icon takes its name) is located on the Klyazma [two syllables] River, about 100 miles East of Moscow. It's one of Russia's most ancient cities. ("Vladi" means "He who possesses/owns"; "mir" (in this instance) means "the world." Hence, Owner/King/Ruler of The World. In very much the same that Vladivostok means "The Lord of the East.") Not so coincidentally, Vladimir is also the name of the first Grand…

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zolotoivek: The Mother of God of Vladimir, created in the workshop of I. Bryagin near the end of the 19th century.

zolotoivek: “ The Mother of God of Vladimir, created in the workshop of I. Bryagin near the end of the century.

Экспозиция русской иконы Новгородского музея-заповедника пополнилась новым шедевром мирового уровня

Экспозиция русской иконы Новгородского музея-заповедника пополнилась новым шедевром мирового уровня


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