Inside the Kremlin

St Nicholas' Guest-Church

St Nicholas' Guest-Church (February 2012)

This small and simple white-stone church was built in 1501 using the funds of a rich merchant, who was a guest in Kolomna hence the name of the church to distinguish it from other churches in the city dedicated to St Nicholas. In the 1930s the church was closed and much of it was damaged and destroyed, including the upper storey and the bell tower. It was returned to the church in 2002 and restoration work continues.

Location 16 Ulitsa Lazareva