Krypetsky Monastery is a Russian Orthodox monastery situated 23 km from Pskov. The monastery was founded in 1485 by St. Savva Krypetsky, a Serbian monk from Mount Athos, in what was then described as an impracticable mire. Two years later, the Pskov veche supported his establishment by granting a large plot of land to the monks. Prince Obolensky had a road for pilgrims built through the mire to the monastery. St. Savva died on 28 August 1495 and was interred in the then timber cathedral, which was rebuilt in stone in 1547 and still stands.

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  • Krypetsky Monastery is a Russian Orthodox monastery situated 23 km from Pskov. The monastery was founded in 1485 by St. Savva Krypetsky, a Serbian monk from Mount Athos, in what was then described as an impracticable mire. Two years later, the Pskov veche supported his establishment by granting a large plot of land to the monks. Prince Obolensky had a road for pilgrims built through the mire to the monastery. St. Savva died on 28 August 1495 and was interred in the then timber cathedral, which was rebuilt in stone in 1547 and still stands. Famous monks of the Krypetsky Monastery included Basil, who described the life of St. Savva in the 1540s; St. Nilus, who founded the Nilov Monastery on Stolbnyi Island; and the former chancellor Afanasy Ordin-Nashchokin, who had the monastery grounds greatly expanded and improved. In the 18th century, the abbey fell into disrepair, but was restored by Evgeny Bolkhovitinov, a bishop best known for his friendship with Gavriil Derzhavin and the latter's poems dedicated to him. In 1918, the monastery was disbanded by the Bolsheviks who plundered more than five poods (2,600 troy ounces) of gold in the monastery sacristy and had its Neoclassical belltower disfigured. The abbey was briefly revived during the German occupation of the area in World War II and was finally restituted to the Russian Orthodox Church in 1991. (en)
  • Le monastère Saint-Jean-l'Évangéliste (Крыпецкий монастырь) est un monastère orthodoxe russe situé à sept kilomètres du village de Krypetskoïe et à vingt-deux kilomètres de la ville de Pskov. (fr)
  • Monastyr Krypecki − rosyjski męski klasztor prawosławny, położony 23 km od Pskowa, w eparchii pskowskiej. Monastyr ufundowany został w 1485 przez św. Sawę Krypieckiego, serbskiego mnicha z Athos. Dwa lata później pskowski wiec podarował klasztorowi okoliczne grunty. Założyciel klasztoru zmarł w nim 28 sierpnia 1495 i został pochowany w soborze, który w 1574 przebudowano na murowany. W 1918 monastyr został zlikwidowany przez władze bolszewickie, ponownie pełni swoje funkcje od 1991. (pl)
  • Крыпецкий Иоанно-Богословский монастырь — мужской монастырь Псковской епархии Русской православной церкви, расположенный в Псковском районе Псковской области (в 22 км от Пскова и 7 км от посёлка Крипецкого). (ru)
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  • Le monastère Saint-Jean-l'Évangéliste (Крыпецкий монастырь) est un monastère orthodoxe russe situé à sept kilomètres du village de Krypetskoïe et à vingt-deux kilomètres de la ville de Pskov. (fr)
  • Monastyr Krypecki − rosyjski męski klasztor prawosławny, położony 23 km od Pskowa, w eparchii pskowskiej. Monastyr ufundowany został w 1485 przez św. Sawę Krypieckiego, serbskiego mnicha z Athos. Dwa lata później pskowski wiec podarował klasztorowi okoliczne grunty. Założyciel klasztoru zmarł w nim 28 sierpnia 1495 i został pochowany w soborze, który w 1574 przebudowano na murowany. W 1918 monastyr został zlikwidowany przez władze bolszewickie, ponownie pełni swoje funkcje od 1991. (pl)
  • Крыпецкий Иоанно-Богословский монастырь — мужской монастырь Псковской епархии Русской православной церкви, расположенный в Псковском районе Псковской области (в 22 км от Пскова и 7 км от посёлка Крипецкого). (ru)
  • Krypetsky Monastery is a Russian Orthodox monastery situated 23 km from Pskov. The monastery was founded in 1485 by St. Savva Krypetsky, a Serbian monk from Mount Athos, in what was then described as an impracticable mire. Two years later, the Pskov veche supported his establishment by granting a large plot of land to the monks. Prince Obolensky had a road for pilgrims built through the mire to the monastery. St. Savva died on 28 August 1495 and was interred in the then timber cathedral, which was rebuilt in stone in 1547 and still stands. (en)
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  • Krypetsky Monastery (en)
  • Monastère Krypetsky (fr)
  • Monastyr Krypecki (pl)
  • Крыпецкий монастырь (ru)
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