- Country of manufactureRussia
Assumption Cathedral of the Astrakhan Kremlin puzzle
- Reference: ARH - 001
- Weight: 1880.00g
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 34.00cm x 27.00cm x 48.00cm
Assumption Cathedral (the official name is the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary) - the largest Orthodox church in Astrakhan. Located on the territory of the Astrakhan Kremlin.
It was built in 1699 - 1710 under the direction of stone work by the master Dorofei Myakishev - the construction was supervised by Metropolitan Sampson.
The Assumption Cathedral is considered one of the best examples of Russian church architecture at the beginning of the 18th century and is the only surviving architectural temple complex in Russia where the temple and the Execution Ground are connected.
The designer is assembled completely without glue and special tools. All elements are easily and firmly connected to each other. The designer can be painted with any paints, felt - tip pens or pencils, while demonstrating his design potential.
The designer is made of high quality birch plywood of the 1st grade.
The kit includes: all necessary designer parts, detailed assembly instructions.
In addition to the entertaining function, the designers of TADIWOOD have a developing function - this is an excellent training for perseverance, attentiveness, as well as the development of the eye, fine motor skills of hands, spatial and logical thinking.
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