The Backyard of Church of All Saints in Vsekhsvyatskom by Andrew Barkhatov
Film format: 35mm half frame Camera: Olympus Pen EE-3 (1973) Lens: D.Zuiko 28mm/f3.5 (fixed focus) Film: Kodak Gold 200 (exp. 08.2013) Photo taken: 17/06/2017 The Church of All Saints in All Saints (in Vsekhsvyatskom) — the parish Orthodox church of the All-Svyatian Deanery of the Moscow diocese. It was built in 1733-1736 in the village of Vsekhsvyatsky near Moscow on the initiative of the Imeretian princess Darya Archilovna. The main throne is consecrated in honor of the feast of All Saints’ Day. Side chapels - in honor of the icon of the Mother of God “Joy of All Who Sorrow” and in honor of the righteous Simeon the God-Bearer and Anna the Prophetess. The temple belongs to the style of the Annonian baroque. It consists of a quadrangle, a refectory and a bell tower. From 1939 to 1946 the church was closed. In 1992 he received the status of patriarchal farmstead. The temple is located in the Sokol district of the Northern Administrative District of Moscow.