Vydubychi Monastery, Kiev, Ukraine.
The monastery was established between 1070 and 1077 by Vsevolod, son of Yaroslav the Wise. It was a family cloister of Vsevolod’s son Vladimir Monomakh and his descendants.
The monastery was named after an old Slavic legend about the pagan god Perun and the Grand Prince Vladimir the Great of Kiev.
Canon 60D, Canon 24-105L
f/5, ISO 100, @24mm
Image processed in CS5, Color Efex Pro 4.0, textures applied
Sold as a photographic print (medium size) on 2/9/2013 to an RB member.