‪Museum of Carpet, Arts and Crafts‬
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ViktoriaS
موسكو, روسيا6,379 مساهمة
3.0 من 5 دوائر
الأصدقاء • ‪أبريل 2023‬
‪This is the case when the museum building is many times more interesting than the exhibition that is housed in it. On the other hand, if the museum had not been opened here, the beautiful temple of the 19th century could have perished. And so it was restored and maintained in proper condition. The exhibition is small, dedicated to the decorative and applied arts of Dagestan, there are not many carpets, but there are interesting national costumes. In general, this is the case when an exhibition does not open without a story from the guide. There is no interesting accompanying information here, only captions for the exhibits, what is what. The most interesting thing here, in my opinion, is the model of the Naryn-Kala fortress and the Old Town. And the most memorable event was the cashier’s reaction to my simple camera, which, due to the presence of a lens, was recognized as a super-duper professional equipment, for which a permit is required, of course, for a lot of money. So, fellow photographer who doesn’t shoot on a phone, beware! They can cheat you out of money. Moreover, it’s the cashier who’s nasty here; the administration has very nice women. As a result, the quest was completed: we managed to prove the completely amateur origin of the equipment and shoot for free, but there is almost no nature for shooting in the exhibition.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 30 مارس 2024
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investigator64
‪Ivanovo‬, روسيا41,695 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
بمفردك • ‪أغسطس 2023‬
‪In my personal assets, there are not yet many churches of the Apostolic Church of Armenia, one of the oldest Christian churches, which has a number of features in dogma and ritual that distinguish it from both Byzantine Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism. And while visiting Derbent, I was lucky in this regard: in the very center of the city I visited, albeit former, but still to this day, the most beautiful and majestic Armenian-Gregorian temple from my personal “piggy bank” - the Church of St. Amenaprkich or the Church of the Holy All-Savior.
It rises within walking distance from the central urban “penny” - Freedom Square with the constant and expected bronze-faced leader of the world proletariat. The location of the Armenian sacral was not chosen by chance: historically it happened that in the Upper City (in the mahals adjacent to the Naryn-kala citadel), Muslims settled, further to the east, as if “from the mountain,” the “Dzhugut-mahala” was located (Jewish quarter), and Russian and Armenian communities were located almost off the coast of the Caspian Sea.
The latter did “mark” their “hearth and faith” in Derbent, while the currently operating Church of the Intercession, which belongs to the Makhachkala deanery of the Makhachkala diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church, is located in an adapted room and is extremely modest, but the Armenian church was simply catastrophically unlucky... But about everything - in order!!! The Armenian diaspora of Derbent originated at the end of the 5th - beginning of the 6th century and played an important role both in the economy of the city and in its cultural and educational life.
Although by the end of the century before last, Derbent was inhabited by only 875 Armenians. It is clear that adherents of the Armenian Apostolic Church needed their own religious building, and therefore, back in time immemorial, a a small chapel is a kind of “hearth of faith” in the Armenian quarter of Derbent.
But over time, the small sacral could no longer satisfy the needs of the growing Armenian diaspora, and in 1860, with the assistance of cavalry general Mikael Tarielovich Loris-Melikov, appointed military commander of Southern Dagestan and mayor of Derbent, the construction of a full-fledged temple began. The construction of the latter dragged on for 11 years and only in 1872 it was consecrated in honor of the Holy All-Savior (Surb Amenaprkich).
Strange as it may sound, the author of the project for the Derbent Armenian sacral was not a professional architect, but an exiled poet, playwright and publicist of Armenian origin, Gabriel Mkrtichevich Sundukyan. The latter, being the head of the economic department of the Caucasian Road Administration in Tiflis, was dismissed from service in 1853 for very free views and exiled to Derbent. The construction sponsor was local philanthropist Hovhannes Panuntsev (Panunyants).
If we talk about the architecture of the building, then we have a classic version of a cross-domed temple, the spatial-volumetric composition of which is characteristic of the principles of Armenian sacred architecture of the 10th century. The main material for the construction of the Derbent Armenian church was local hewn shell rock. The last circumstance surprised me a little. The fact is that while studying Armenian temple building at one time, I learned that
Armenians are the only nation in the world that has used and still uses volcanic tuff as the main building material.
Moreover, it necessarily goes into the external decoration of all types of Armenian places of worship: monasteries (vank), churches (egeghetsi), temples (tachars), chapels (jam) and maturs (of all Christians, this type of place of worship is found only among Armenians). In Derbent, they limited themselves to local and, as a result, cheaper materials. It definitely turned out beautiful, but there was a residue left...
By the way, the Derbent Armenian church has one interesting architectural feature: a faceted light drum with a diameter of 7 meters, crowning the temple center cross, thanks to the narrowing of the branches of the cross and a significant increase in proportions, looks more solemn and elegant. And the peaked “cap”-tent that crowns it only emphasizes its aspiration to the sky, to the Lord...
Adjacent to the low base of the faceted drum is a rectangular eastern apse and narrower than the latter “branches” of the cross from the south and north. The gable finishing of the side facades adds interest to the structure. The entrance groups (there are three of them) are designed in a very original way: massive stone stairs lead to the exit portal, and the doorways are accented with semi-columns and keel-shaped portals framed by pilasters. The design of real and false arched window openings was decided in a similar way.
I started photographing the Armenian temple of Derbent from Gadzhiev Lane, on top of the fence - from this southwestern point, the completion of the temple and its bell tower look original. At the same time, I noticed that the bell tower is somewhat different in style from the main volume. The fact is that the initial project developed by G.M. Sundukyan did not imply the presence of a bell tower - it was erected later - in 1888.
Services in the Derbent Church of Surb Amenaprkich continued until 1903, when, in the wake of the Armenophobic policies of the tsarist authorities, the property of the Armenian Apostolic Church was confiscated. Then in 1905, Armenian-Turkic civil strife broke out (better known as the Armenian-Tatar massacre of 1905-1906), which engulfed the entire Transcaucasus. Then - the October Revolution of 1917 and the Civil War...
And the beautiful temple was abandoned and partially destroyed. Only in 1970 was it decided to restore it and open within its walls a branch of the Derbent Museum-Reserve - the Museum of Carpet and Decorative Arts. I, of course, visited this “house of muses”: nothing special or outstanding. Under the arches of the once majestic sacral, modest exhibitions of hand-made (main crafts and crafts) of Dagestan of the 19th-20th centuries are displayed: ceramics, copper-chased utensils, carpets, wood carvings, etc. For 150 rubles (the cost of an entrance ticket) it is quite acceptable to wander into the coolness when “overboard” at “forty” Celsius.
Well, for lovers of sacred architecture, especially its Armenian component - just a GIFT!!! Highly recommend!!!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 7 نوفمبر 2023
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Маргарита
‪Istra‬, روسيا97 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪مايو 2023‬
‪Находится он в армянской церкви, от крепости, можно пройти вниз пешком, лучше пользоваться 2 гис или навигатором, т.к. вывески вы не увидите, вход 150р ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 مايو 2023
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Alla
موسكو, روسيا5 مساهمات
3.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪يونيو 2021‬
‪Музей очень маленький, находится в помещении бывшей армянской церкви. Экспонатов мало, смотреть почти нечего, карты/переводы не принимают.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 يوليو 2021
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Юлия
‪Goryachy Klyuch‬, روسيا3 مساهمات
1.0 من 5 دوائر
العائلة • ‪مايو 2021‬
‪Найти этот музей тот ещё квест. Нет вывесок и указателей. Музей маленький, его можно осмотреть с порога. На входе сидит кассир, которая на вопрос о том, весь ли это музей отвечает нет и советует подняться на второй этаж. Задаём вопрос, а где лестница на второй этаж, на что кассир неопределенно махает рукой и отваричивается. Начинаем искать лестницу на второй этаж, ее нигде нет. Снова подходим к кассиру с вопросом о лестнице, но так как мы уже оплатили билеты, то она говорит нам о том, что второй этаж -это два маленьких алькова под куполом. Разочарованы. Коллекция экспонатов маленькая. Ковров практически нет. Но больше всего обидно отношение кассира, ну скажи правду, что музей маленький и обрати внимание посетителя на уникальность экспонатов, зачем врать и портить мнение о себе, музее и регионе в целом!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 يونيو 2021
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OlgaSch
‪Dolgoprudny‬, روسيا38 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
‪مارس 2021‬
‪Неожиданно дорого за такой маленький музей. Но там очень уютно. Жалко, что не рассказывают и нет стендов почитать об экспонатах. Фотосъемка 200 руб. За что?‬
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Светлана В
‪Arkhangelsk‬, روسيا147 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
الأصدقاء • ‪يوليو 2019‬
‪Музей находится в помещении Армянской (или по мнению местных, Албанской) церкви. Сам музей небольшой, экспонатов немного. Экскурсию не брали, но на асе наши вопросы получили ответы от музейного работника. Больше всего заинтересовала возможность посещения мастер - класса по изготовлению дагестанские ковров. Проходит ежедневно с 11 часов,кроме выходных. Мы бвли в воскресенье, поэтому не попали, а так очень интересно. Прямо в музее стоит ткацкий станок и есть шерсть, из которой плетут ковры. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 14 يوليو 2019
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NorthCaucasusFan
‪Pyatigorsk‬, روسيا184 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
رجال الأعمال • ‪أبريل 2019‬
‪Very interesting history of this Armenian church turned into a museum for Derbent and local Dagestani handcrafts. The building itself it beautiful and the displays inside are also well put-together.....‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 مايو 2019
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Eva J
موسكو, روسيا2,673 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
الأصدقاء • ‪نوفمبر 2018‬
‪The people at this museum seemed very surprised when we showed up. We didnt know it was a museum at all until we walked in the door, as it is set up in an old church. ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 9 فبراير 2019
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Nataliya E
1,566 مساهمة
5.0 من 5 دوائر
زوجان • ‪نوفمبر 2018‬
‪Церковь сама по себе очень красивый архитектурный объект, и вдвойне приятно посетить историческую экспозицию внутри. Старинная посуда, предметы интерьера и роскошные ковры! К сожалению, фото съемка внутри запрещена. Очень рекомендую посетить экспозицию и вдохновиться этим прекрасным восточным колоритом! ‬
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