Karelia & Archangel: Architecture of Northern Russia
14 Aug — 26 Aug 2017 | Tour Director: Alex Koller
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• Venture into the isolated north-west territories of Russia and encounter unique monastic communities.
• Take a boat trip to the UNESCO-listed assembly of 18th century wooden architecture in Kizhi Pogost, including the stunning Church of the Transfiguration featuring 22 onion domes.
• Visit the restored merchant houses of Archangel and the remains of 16th–19th century rural villages at the Malye Karely open-air Museum of Wooden Architecture.
Alex Koller, PhD
lecturer in art history and architecture
14 Aug — 26 Aug 2017
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return airfare, accommodation based on sharing a twin or double bedded room, breakfast, three lunches, dinner with water & coffee, excursions & admissions, gratuities.
visa, travel insurance, single room supplement £360.