This church is located in the garden of the Suzdal Kremlin. The exterior looks dark and short. However, this church has a history of three hundred years and is built of pure wood without using a single nail. It is a pity that the church’s Small scale
A few hundred meters south of the central market in Suzdal, the wooden St. Nicholas church, built without a nail, sits on a green grass, lined with trees next to the blue sky buckle, as if it were a landscape painting. Right next to the Kremlin in Suzdal.
Suzdal Kremlin Деревянная Никольская церковь, almost all of the buildings are stone, but there is still a small church built with wood. This is the Church of St. Nicholas. It was built in 1766 in the village of Gratovo, Yuriev-Poland. In 1960, the church was restored and transported to Suzdal as the first exhibit of the Wooden Architecture Museum. As a tourist center, it was transported here to complete the conservation and development of Suzdal's monuments. Now, St Nicholas's Church - a wooden structure, one of the most important exhibits at the Suzdal Museum. It shows the woodworking crafts - building a church without a nail. St Nicholas's Church has a clear outline, perfect proportion, exquisitely shaped altar, elegant church top, and a white poplar covering.
Wood structure, so it must be hard to maintain.
The wooden St. Nicholas Church stands in the thick snow, like a cabin in the fairy-tale world. It is rare in Russian wooden churches, a church that looks simple and lovely, not so luxurious and has a wonderful rustic feel.