Inexhaustible Cup (Kolomna)
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Mr. REM Esq.
N 55° 08.316 E 038° 26.643
37U E 464559 N 6110355
Quick Description: Inexhaustible Cup (Kolomna). Local residents and parishioners of Our Lady of Kazan Icon of the Mother (pp. Bogdanovka) argue that the water source has unique healing properties.
Location: Russia
Date Posted: 6/5/2010 5:43:19 AM
Waymark Code: WM8ZGQ
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member Clan Riffster
Views: 13

Long Description:
Approximately 20 km from Kolomna is Ayazmas (Inexhaustible Chalice).

Coming from Moscow along the M5 (Novoryazanskoye highway) and move out into the street the October Revolution, which leads to the center of Kolomna, the next turning on the Malin road you can see the sign "Inexhaustible Cup". We turn on the index and on a good paved road (Malin Highway) going all the time just before the Subbotovo village. A few miles before Subbotovo is Bogdanovka village famous for its temple of the Kazan Icon of Our Lady (recommended to visit). The attendants of the temple along with his parishioners and "created" a wonderful source. Near the signpost "Subbotovo" is a small parking lot. Here you can leave the car. Rather, there already are machines (including the Moscow numbers), because place is very popular. Next, go down the road and walk along the path and a 50-70 meter starts nicely tiled accurate path along which and can safely reach the source.

Description of the spring can be viewed on the plate, which is placed directly over the spring (see photo, russian only, sorry). Local residents and parishioners of Our Lady of Kazan Icon of the Mother (pp. Bogdanovka) argue that the water source has unique healing properties. That's why next spring posted by a special object, which you can use, if the courage. ;) (Please don't publish photos of the object).
Public or Private Land?: Public

Public Land Fees?: Free of charge

Private Land access?: Not listed

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