Christian search engines.
DetailsUniversal information on Orthodoxy for a wide range of users, a guide and an assistant for everyone who wants to get acquainted with the world of Orthodox culture.
All Rublev's sections and rubrics are interconnected by cross-referenced hyperlinks, allowing instantly to receive additional information, clarifications and comments.
|Temple of Ezekiel
Only it is necessary to understand that this is a prophecy with a spiritual meaning and it is not worthwhile to turn ATTENTION for year 2012 AD
DetailsOnly it is necessary to understand that this is a prophecy with a spiritual meaning and it is not worthwhile to turn ATTENTION for year 2012 AD
On this site you can read, see the temple figuratively. You can also download a template of the temple for viewing in 3D in Google SketchUp.
address: Russia, Moscow, Нижний Сусальный пер, д. 5 ст16
tel.: +7 (800) 20-03-600
Temples, Cathedrals, Churches on the map.
DetailsTemples, Cathedrals, Churches on the map.
Easy to navigate, find and click to get the official name, address, contact information, opening hours, links to the site to the group in social networks..
|Mapping Gothic France - mappinggothic.org/map
Gothic cathedrals on the map.
DetailsGothic cathedrals of France on the map.
There is no Russian language. The project of the Visual Media Center in the Department of Art History and Archeology at Columbia University, the Visual Resources Library at Vassar College, and the libraries of Columbia University.
Solid, because it can not only find and see how the cathedrals look, but also get detailed, official information on the required cathedral.
|People's Catalogue of Orthodox Architecture.
Churches and monasteries of Russia and the world.
DetailsChurches and monasteries of Russia and the world.
Catalog of Orthodox structures - descriptions and author's photos of Orthodox monasteries, temples, cathedrals, churches, chapels.
The goal - to collect the most complete possible historical descriptions and photo-records of all the Orthodox churches in Russia and around the world.
More than 5,000 contributors have gathered information on more than 50,000 sites of Orthodox architecture, including more than 65,000 articles and about half a million photos.
Temples can be found on a map (Yandex, Google, or OSM to choose from) and go to the temple description page, chapel ...
|Temple Institute - templeinstitute.org
address: Israel, Jerusalem, 40 Misgav Ladach Street, Jewish Quarter, Old City, 97500
tel.: +972 2 626-45-45
Institute of the Temple.
DetailsThe Institute of the Temple ('Mahon ha-Mykdash' מןון המשדש.)
This institute is engaged in studying the description of the temple and prepares everything necessary for the construction of the third temple.
When the victorious emperor Napoleon Bonaparte was in Rome during the 9th Av, he was very surprised by the sight of the grieving Jews. With natural curiosity, he sent an adjutant to find out what they were crying about.
- They mourn the destruction of the Temple, Your Majesty.
|Temples of Russia
DetailsOn the site, a group of enthusiasts makes an attempt to collect and systematize documentary information about the temples that existed on the territory of the present Russian Federation by 1917 and built in the post-Soviet period. The project is dedicated to Orthodox and Old Believer churches, destroyed and preserved until our days, forgotten and functioning.
|Virtual tour of the Wailing Wall - thekotel.org/tours
Virtual tour of the crying wall.
DetailsVirtual tour of the wall of crying.
In fact, the map and video.
You can immediately send a note to the wall of crying.
|City of David - cityofdavid.org.il/en/tours/city-dav
address: Israel, Jerusalem, Shiloach village, 97400
Virtual travel around Israel.
DetailsThe City of David.
The history of the City of David began more than 3,000 years ago when King David left the city of Hebron in order to move to a small town on the top of the hill, now known as Jerusalem, and turn it into the united capital of all the tribes of Israel. After years, the son of David, Solomon, built near the City of David The first temple on the top of Mount Moria - in the place where Abraham at his time was going to sacrifice his Isaac son to the Lord. So the summit of the hill became one of the most important places in the world.
The history of the City of David continues today. In the thickness of the land of the City of David, some of the most exciting finds of the ancient world are revealed. On the surface of the same city is full of life - the Tourist Center invites numerous visitors to an unforgettable tour of the places where many of the biblical legends were written.
The tour of the City of David begins with a spectacular panorama that returns the visitor to 3.800 years ago, at the time of the forefather Abraham, when the foundations of the city were laid. Soon after, the path leads to the ground, where the most recent archaeological excavations are conducted. Here, with the knowledge of the recently excavated fortresses and passages, the siege and capture by David of the ancient city of the Jebusites come to life in the imagination of visitors, as described in the Bible, in the 2nd Book of Samuel (2 Kings). The underground excursion ends at the Gihon Key, which was the most important water source of Jerusalem for more than a thousand years - here, according to the description in the Book of Kings, Solomon was anointed for the kingdom. Visitors from among more adventurous people can arm themselves with lanterns and travel along the source through a tunnel dug 2,700 years ago under King Hezekiah (Hezekiah) - one of the wonders of the engineering art of antiquity.
On a tour of the City of David, the visitor meets face to face with Biblical characters and places. Thus, it becomes the only place on the planet where the only required guidebook is the Bible itself.
Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Calvary
DetailsChurch of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, Calvary.
|Christ the Savior Cathedral
|Cathedral of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia
Christian social networking.
DetailsOrthodox social network "Yelitsy."
The project is open for both Orthodox and those who are only looking for a way to God.
The social network "Elytsy" (in the translation from the church-Slavs - "those who are as many as they are") began its work in May 2014 with the blessing of His Holiness Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia and with the care of the bishop of Voskresensky Sawa. Founders and leaders of the network "Elytsy" parishioners of the Church of the Resurrection of Christ in Sheremetyevo.
The goal of the project is to help a person come to God, unite Orthodox people, develop and strengthen parish life.
The mission of the project is to show people what Orthodoxy gives Fullness and joy of life, and being Orthodox is more interesting and useful than "the lone center of the universe." The network of "Elysia" cooperates with many dioceses of the Russian Orthodox Church, with the synodal departments of the Moscow Patriarchate, participates in general church congresses, festivals, forums, Readings, A great interest is shown by the Orthodox Church Abroad.