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Cherdyn

 

Whilst two world cities located on seven hills – Rome and Moscow - are commonly known, the third one can be difficult to name. Yet Permsky Kray can boast such place in its territory. Standing in line with eminent metropolises is Cherdyn, being the ancient capital of the medieval Great Perm.


The original settlement at the site of the present-day Cherdyn emerged in the 8th-9th centuries. In the 12th century, the hill later called the Trinity Hill, was home to ancient settlement founded by the Komi-Permyaks, the aboriginals of the Upper Prikamye. Before arrival of the Russians to the Ural the natives traded through Volga Bulgaria with Persia, Byzantium and Khorezm. Though being the major trading center of the Ural, Cherdyn officially became part of the Moscow State only on June 26, 1472. At that time a common name for the area was the Great Perm Cherdyn used both officially and colloquially.


In 1462, Cherdyn gave origin to the Christianization of the Northern Prikamye. Bishop Jonah heading the Perm Eparchy established in 1383 by Stephen of Perm, administered baptism. The ecclesiastical historiography gives prominence to Cherdyn as the place that gave start to the teaching of Christ on the lands of the Great Perm.


Before Kazan Khanate (1552), Bashkiria (1557) and Vyatka lands were taken over by Moscow the Great Perm remained the only Russian territory in the Ural, serving the base for developing of Zauralye lands. The ancient route across the Ural Mountains to Siberia originated in Cherdyn being used by military and construction detachments, craftsmen, merchants and clergymen who set off to their journeys fetching the Russian culture to Siberia.


With its lot forever cast with the Holy Russia, for many years Cherdyn used to be the only protection of the Russian Eastern borders. Cherdyn confronted eleven attacks from Siberian, Nogai and Kazan Tartars in the 16th century only; the enemy never managed to subdue the town.


In remembrance of those who laid down their lives before the Nogai Tatars in 1547 a wooden cross rises above the tomb of eighty-five warriors, their names – each of them - being listed on the tomb stone. Up to this day, for over 450 years these heroes are believed to be patron saints of the town. Being one of the 116 historical localities of Russia Cherdyn is more of an open-air museum boasting over one hundred of historical and cultural monuments under governmental protection.


You will see stunning ancient churches and evocative streets filled with the remnants of a city that once was the capital city. The Museum of Local History is famed for its precious collections dating back to as early as the 3rd century. The exhibition includes displays related to Christianization, ancient settlements and trading connections with Eastern lands. The collection boasts rare ancient books and celebrated wooden sculptures, let alone the fetters of Mikhail Romanov, uncle of the first Russian Tsar of the Romanovs’ family, who was kept by Tsar Boris Godunov in a small pit in Nyrob as early as in 1601.


Cherdyn can make a starting point for trekking across the Ural Mountains or rafting along the Vishera River, both options to inevitably provide the amazing vistas of unspoiled nature and evocative atmosphere of traditional rural life in the villages you’ll be passing by.