Your attention is a series of virtual, interactive, multimedia tours - "The Cathedral and the Church of the Kiev-Pechersk, the Holy Dormition Lavra." This series is presented in Russian. The series was developed in the period of reconstruction of the monastery, in 2006-2007, it consists of a number of publications, which present the following travel:
1. "Upper Lavra"
2. "Lower Lavra"
4. "Far Caves"
Each virtual tour is presented in the form of spherical panoramas bulk filled, "tour guide" - Professional sound of foreground, background music (BGM license provided by the author A. Zakharenko Music by Origen - www.origenmusic.com.), Static pictures, round-up, virtual transitions, c licensed software Spherical Panorama Inc. http://spherical-panorama.com. The technology used to create a virtual tour allows the viewer to be inside the image of the scene, rotate it in different directions at 360h360 degrees. By approximating or removing some or other aspects of the image, the viewer may navigate through a virtual tour through the immersion presence effect. Extraordinarily beautiful music will immerse themselves in the virtual space. On the software and materials registered a certificate of intellectual property SV number 10293 from 17.06.2004, NE. Number 19504 from 07.02.2007, the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, State Department of Intellectual Property. Background music for the tour provided under license - the author Alekseem Zaharenko (Origen) Music by Origen - www.origenmusic.com
BRIEF HISTORICAL SUMMARY
Kiev-Pechersk Lavra - one of the oldest Orthodox monasteries, founded in 1051 during the reign of Yaroslava Mudrogo. The founder of the monastery was a monk Antony, a native of Liubech. Co-founder of the monastery became one of the first disciples of Anthony - Theodosius. Prince Svyatoslav II Yaroslavich gave the monastery a plateau above the caves, where the construction of temples, decorated with paintings. In the XII century the monastery received the status of Lavra - the main big monastery. With Lavra associated with the names of the chronicler Nestor - the author of "The Tale of Bygone Years", the artist Alypy educator Peter Graves, historian Inokentiya Gizelya and many others. The Laurels is the repose of the incorruptible relics of the saints of God in the Near and Far caves. There are kept the relics of Saint Ili Muromtsa, who is identified with the epic hero. Also, in the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra is the tomb of Petra Arkadevicha Stolypina. The territory of the monastery is located on the right high bank of the Dnieper River, the south-eastern tip of Kiev, and occupies two hills separated by a deep trough.