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These 5 Central Jersey Halloween attractions are packed with spooky thrills

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Halloween may be on a Tuesday this year, but for fans of everything that's creepy, chilling and gruesome, all that means is that we have horror-packed weekends to celebrate one of America's favorite holidays.

Here in Central Jersey, we have plenty of haunted attractions lurking in the darkness, armed with fake blood, costumed monsters and bloodcurdling screams.

Scare Farm, Hillsborough

For more than a century, Norz Hill Farm has grown seasonal produce, beef and pork products, eggs and more for the Somerset County community, as well as offered family-friendly activities throughout the year.

But on weekends through Oct. 29, Norz Hill Farm transforms into Scare Farm for only the bravest of teens and adults.

The Halloween attraction includes four connected experiences, including two haunted hayrides (Slayride and Madderbaby Lane) and two haunted walking trails (Atrum Manor and Chaotica).

Throughout the one-hour adventure, visitors – if they dare – will experience classic Halloween thrills like spiders and scarecrows, as well as creepy clowns and a spooky manor.

Go: 120 South Branch Road, Hillsborough; $50; norzhillfarm.com/scare-farm , 908-371-2697.

Oasis Island of Terror, Robbinsville

No haunted house is needed at Oasis Island of Terror, which is at the home of Oasis Family Farm. Instead, the 30-minute Woods Have Eyes 1-mile walk-through attraction, known for its realistic scenes, is designed to heighten your inner fears and senses.

Tickets also include admission to the 15-minute Blackout, where groups wade down a dark trail with no lights equipped with just one glowstick.

Go: 3 Circle Drive, Robbinsville; $45 per person; oasisislandofterror.com , 609-259-7300.

Haunted Red Mill, Clinton

For the past 32 years, the Red Mill Museum Village has put on its own type of Halloween costume, transforming from an educational 1810 historical wool mill museum into the Haunted Red Mill, which includes 10 acres of fright consisting of the corridors of the haunted mill, a haunted hayride, a terrifying trail and a dark maze.

The theme of this year's haunted village is The Dead Don’t Die, which also has kid-friendly Happy Haunts from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Oct. 14, 21 and 28.

The village will also host behind-the-scenes tours on Oct. 19 and 26 at 7 p.m. for $10 per person. The Haunted Red Mill is the nonprofit Red Mill’s largest fundraiser of the year.

Go: 56 Main St. in Clinton; $30; theredmill.org/haunted-red-mill ; 908-735-4101.

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Field of Terror, East Windsor

Lots of haunted attractions in Central Jersey set their scary stages on a farm, but Field of Terror at Kyle Family Farm uses the farm as inspiration. According to Field of Terror folklore, Farmer Frank wanted to develop a new form of human life, so he attempted to cross the genetics of the local people with some of his crazy vegetation, resulting in the failed catastrophes that now inhabit the land.

On the 120 acres of the Field of Terror, visitors can check out the Kornfield of Karnage, Creepy Carnival paintball ride, Haunted Hayride to Terrortown, Timmery Manor and the Karnival.

Go: 831 Windsor Perrineville Road, East Windsor; $20 for a single attraction, $35 for two, $45 for three, $50 for four or $65 for all five; fieldofterror.com ; 609-758-7817.

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Farm of Horrors, Flemington

At Schaefer Farms’ Farm of Horrors, visitors will ride, walk and maybe run for their lives at the farm’s four experiences that last 45 minutes in total and include a haunted hayride, trail and corn maze.

On the Hayride of Horror, visitors will ride through 200 acres of madness before walking through the Trail of Terror haunted graveyard. Then, they’ll attempt to make their way through the MassAcre Maize, which is haunted by an ancient tribe of cannibal zombies with an attraction to power equipment. Finally, they’ll enter the Carnevil of Chaos.

Go: 1051 County Road 523, Flemington; $38; farmofhorrors.com , 908-782-2705.

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From scary mazes to frightening haunted paintball hayrides, here's a list of some of the halloween-centric attractions in new york, new jersey and connecticut, published october 13, 2022 • updated on october 13, 2022 at 12:00 pm.

Halloween is full of frightful fun for children and adults to enjoy -- and there is no better way to get into the Halloween spirit than visiting a haunted house attraction.

Haunted houses are full of thrills and chills that will shake you to your core. So put down that hot apple cider and scroll down for a list of some of the scariest haunted houses in the tri-state area.

BLOOD MANOR

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Location: 359 Broadway, New York, 10013

Considered by some to be New York City's most haunted house, Blood Manor showcases a myriad of zombies, monsters and other creatures are spread across a 5,000-square-foot building.

The attraction is so horror-ific that it is deemed too scary for children under 14.

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HALLOW'S END HAUNTED HOUSE

Location: 4350 ArthurKill Road, Staten Island, NY 10309

Hallow's End Haunted House is one of the newest attractions on Staten Island.

Hallow's End Haunted House is only open on the weekends and tickets must be purchased at the door. Note that there is a cash-only policy.

NIGHTMARE GOTHIC

Location: 107 Suffolk St., New York, NY

If you are looking for a theatrical immersive experience with a Victorian Gothic-themed decor, look no further than Nightmare Gothic on the Lower East Side.

Grim monsters, scary characters and terrifying scenery as well as immersive headsets are part of this haunted house experience.

"Nightmare Gothic" is produced by Psycho Clan. The legendary Nightmare Haunted House in the LES in 2002. However, since then, Psycho Clan has produced over 16 haunted houses.

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TERROR HAUNTED HOUSE

Location: 234 W 42nd St., New York, NY

This is one of New York City's largest haunted houses, boasting around 20,000 square feet of spooky-filled thrills.

The attraction is located right in the heart of Times Square.

Terror Haunted House organizers warn that the attraction may be too intense for children under 13.

BRIGHTON ASYLUM

Location: 2 Brighton Ave., Passaic, NJ 07055 (border of Clifton)

Brighton Asylum is New Jersey's most visited Halloween destination for more than a decade, according to the attraction's website.

The award-winning attraction has been featured on The TODAY show, Buzzfeed and other media outlets from across the word, the website reads.

13TH HOUR HAUNTED HOUSE (FORMERLY THE HAUNTED SCAREHOUSE)

Location: 105 W Dewey Ave., Suit 5, Wharton, NJ 07885

13th Hour features three haunted house attractions with special effects. Additionally, 13th Hour also offers 60-minute escape rooms and a "haunted hatchets" attraction -- a hatchet throwing activity with custom targets and glow-in-the-dark hatchets.

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NORZ HILL FARM -- SCARE FARM HAUNTED HOUSE

Location: 120 South Branch Road, Hillsborough Township, NJ 08844

Norz Hill Farm is family-owned and operated by the Norz family. While the farm is known for its hayrides, pumpkin picking and farm animal visits, it also hosts its popular Scare Farm.

This year Scare Farm will feature three horror-filled attractions: Creepy Hallow, Paranoia Walking Trails, and the Slayride - Hayride.

NIGHT OF TERROR AT CREAMY ACRES FARM (FEATURING A HAUNTED PAINTBALL HAYRIDE AND HAUNTED HOUSE)

Location: 448 Lincoln Mill Rd, Mullica Hill, NJ 08062

Creamy Acres Farm converts into a 100-acre park filled with zombies, killer clowns and other terrifying sights.

However, Night of Terror stands apart from other haunted house attractions by featuring a haunted paintball hayride where visitors ride a wagon and use mounted paintballs guns to defend the wagon crew against a zombie invasion!

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CONNECTICUT

LEGENDS OF FEAR HAUNTED HAYRIDE & TRAIL

Location: Fairview Tree Farm, 2 Saw Mill City Rd, Shelton, CT 06484

Legends of Fear located in Shelton, Conn., features a number of scary Halloween-centric attractions, including: Melonhead Revenge Trail, Pine Hills Parish, The Dark Harvest, Hemlock Manor Mortuary and the Funhouse of Fear.

However, Legends of Fear also hosts Spooky Night Lights, a family-friendly, non-scary event featurin sights, sounds, music and NO frightful sights.

TRAIL OF TERROR - REAWAKENING

Location: 60 N. Plains Highway, Wallingford, CT 06492

Trail of Terror is a winding outdoor haunted trail in the woods of Wallingford, Conn.

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5 Places for the Scariest Haunted House in New Jersey

Scariest Haunted House in New Jersey – are you looking for a spooky haunted house to visit this fall? 

We love scary haunted houses and visit lots of them if we can, though I have to say I always shriek the loudest!    It’s the live scare actors that always terrify me! 

So, whether you want to visit an ancient farmhouse, a scary asylum, or haunted woods, here is a list of haunted houses in NJ.

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13th Hour Haunted House in NJ

105 w dewey ave suit 5, wharton, nj 07885.

13th Hour hosts the most “entertaining and original events in the country. We feature 3 Haunted House attractions complete with special effects and movie quality sets. We also feature 6 award winning 60 minute Escape Rooms and all new Haunted Hatchets attraction!

Every town has its horror stories, its dark, unsettling history that resists contradiction. Some stories are born of urban legends, some of wicked campfire tales. Heinous, unfathomable, is the story of The Haunted Scarehouse. To fully understand the mysterious origins of the Scarehouse, we must go back in time, far back in time, in fact, to the 1970s, to an old farmhouse, an ordinary farmhouse, ensconced by pristine land—until the Haydens moved in: a man, his wife, and two children.

Haydens refused to adapt to it—or to its surroundings, or to its humble denizens. The Haydens lived in relatively close proximity to their neighbors. Despite this, they kept their distance from civilization, remaining indoors, rarely venturing outside; and when they set foot beyond their dreary dwelling, it was only to roam without purpose about the vast property, as if out of obligation, boredom, always in silent contemplation.”

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Brighton Asylum

2 brighton ave, passaic, nj 07055, norz hill farm – scare farm haunted house, 120 s branch rd, hillsborough township, nj 08844.

Norz Hill Farm & Market “is owned and operated by Richard Norz, Sr. and Rich & Debbie Norz and their children Alex, Susie, & Megan.

We are located 35 miles southwest of New York City in Central New Jersey. Norz-Hill Farm & Market consists of 1200 acres of owned and rented ground. mas and even three zonkeys just to name a few. We also have a roadside produce market during the summer and fall, where we sell Jersey Fresh vegetables we grow right here on the farm.

During the fall we also have many family activities such as pick your own pumpkins, hayrides, farm tours, a corn maze and even a haunted trail.

Haunted Hayride – If you have ever thought about taking a haunted hayride during the Cold Harvest Moon, you will see THE SLAYRIDE at Scare Farm as it truly exists. The terror is real, your nightmares will be eager to come to life and madness rules the land.  So climb aboard  “The Slay ’ s Ride”.

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Hayride of Horrors and Haunted House

671 mt bethel rd, hackettstown, nj 07840.

Join us at the Hayride of Horrors and Haunted House for a fun frightful night. “The Corrado Family has been brightening dark Autumn nights with frights and chills for more than 20 years.

The hayride is a 45 minute ride through the haunted woods. Partway through you stop for cyanide cider and homemade decomposing donuts. There are animatronics and live actors in the fields.  To go through all 3 attractions it can take about 2 to 2 ½ hours depending on the evening.”

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Night of Terror – Haunted Paintball Hayride and Haunted House

448 lincoln mill rd, mullica hill, nj 08062.

“With a name as quaint and pleasant as Creamy Acres Farm in Mullica Hill, you wouldn’t expect one of the Northeast’s scariest destinations. But that’s where you’ll find Night of Terror, a complex of a half-dozen frightening attractions and named one of HGTV’s Scariest Haunted Houses.

The massive 100-acre park, the largest Halloween park in New Jersey, is inhabited by zombies, attack dogs, chainsaw-wielding maniacs and killer clowns.

But the most unique attraction at Creamy Acres is the Haunted Paintball Hayride, which is exactly what it sounds like. Visitors climb aboard a wagon and use man-mounted paintball guns to defend the crew against live actors dressed as zombies and intricate moving props in a host of scenes over a 15-minute ride.”

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It was a nice evening with family and friends. We were a group of 15 that included kids. There were something for everybody. Hayride for kids. It was enjoyable and took us to the pumpkin patch. Had fun time picking pumpkins. The haunted trail was challenging for the elders. It had Horrors set up with so much intense. Jumped, shrieked and ran with heart pounding and legs racing. Farm fresh produces were on the offer in the farmers market. Delicious Apple cider, apple pie and donuts were made available. Will not miss this anytime.

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I, wife and kids drove for about two hours to reach Norz Hill. The farm, hayride, corn maze, animals and pumpkin patch were awesome. Being in the middle of nature also calms you down big way. The kids also had a great time. The hayride was lots of fun. We also bought home some of the farm produce. Check it out if you are looking to have a nice holiday tour with kids.

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A great outing with the entire family. The farm and the market was a wholesome option where you can have fun with the scares and also shop. It wasn’t intense to the high level but still scary. You can let the kids enjoy the hayride. It is less scary. It takes then to the pumpkin patch were they can pick pumpkins. The haunted trails are scary. There were two with different themes. It is replete with funny scares. Visited the farmers market to get farm fresh produce. Delicious apple pies, apple ciders, donuts and bacon were available. Will continue visiting during the fall festivities.

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Norz is open during the weekdays. One of the few farms in NJ that accepts visitors during the week. I and my GF had a great time pumpkin picking, enjoying the hayride and visiting farm animals. Everything here is organic, and hence healthy. We purchased pumpkins, eggs and dairy products. There was a zombie themed party going on and it was great fun watching the participants. If you are looking for a farm visit, this should be at the top of your list.

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I and friends visited Norz Hill for a birthday party with a scary theme. Everyone came dressed as zombies or monsters, and it was great fun. Few of the costumes looked really creepy. Before the party began, we also had a tour of the vegetable farm, the pumpkin patch and animal farm. A professionally ran farm producing organic vegetables and dairy products. I also bought few items to take back home. Overall, it was an awesome experience. Recommend this place.

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You wanna buy some farm fresh produce and also have a scary fun filled time. You get to pick up fresh pumpkins, eggplant, peppers, cucumber, potatoes and tomatoes. Apart from those you have a hayride and haunted trails. The hayride is kid friendly that takes us to the pumpkin patch. It was a jolly good ride with loads of surprises that were less scary. The haunted trails were more intense. There were a lot of scenes designed and presented well by the actors who had gook makeup and costumes on. Had a good time.

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Restoring an ancient cathedral in Rostov

Savior-St. Yakov-St. Dimitry Monastery. Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne, with attached Church of St. Yakov (left). Left background: Cathedral of St; Dimitry of Rostov. Southwest view. July 7, 2019

Savior-St. Yakov-St. Dimitry Monastery. Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne, with attached Church of St. Yakov (left). Left background: Cathedral of St; Dimitry of Rostov. Southwest view. July 7, 2019

The medieval town of Rostov (often referred to as “the Great” (Rostov Veliky) to distinguish it from the southern city Rostov-on-Don) benefits from a superb natural setting on the north shore of Lake Nero. Nowhere is this lyrical beauty more evident than at the Savior-St. Yakov-St. Dimitry Monastery, located on the western edge of town. In 1911, Russian photographer and chemist Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky took several photographs of the ensemble during his visit to the town, part of his journey to document the diversity of the Russian Empire in the early 20 th century. My own photographs of the monastery were taken over a period from 1992 through 2019. 

Savior-St. Yakov-St. Dimitry Monastery. Northwest view. From left: Bell tower, Church of St. Dimitry of Rostov, Conception of St. Anne Cathedral, North Gate. Summer 1911

Savior-St. Yakov-St. Dimitry Monastery. Northwest view. From left: Bell tower, Church of St. Dimitry of Rostov, Conception of St. Anne Cathedral, North Gate. Summer 1911

Rostov is one of the earliest historically attested towns in Russia, first mentioned under the year 862 in the ancient chronicle "Tale of Bygone Years."  Throughout the 10th century, Slavic settlers – primarily from the Novgorod lands – moved into this area, already inhabited by Finno-Ugric tribes.          

In 988, Prince Vladimir of Kiev, the Christianizer of Russia, gave the Rostov lands to one of his sons, Yaroslav, a major figure who subsequently became known as "Yaroslav the Wise." By the middle of the 11th century, the Rostov lands had passed to Yaroslav's son Vsevolod, and Christian missionaries such as Leonty of Rostov intensified their attempt to convert a largely pagan local population. Bishop Leonty was martyred for his efforts in the early 1070s.          

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne, with attached Church of St. Yakov (left). Northwest view. August 5, 1995

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne, with attached Church of St. Yakov (left). Northwest view. August 5, 1995

The consolidation of church authority was symbolized by Rostov's Cathedral of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary , begun in the mid-12 th century by Prince Andrei Bogolyubsky of Vladimir and rebuilt by Prince Konstantin Vsevolodovich in the 1220s. Rebuilt again in the early 16 th century, the Dormition Cathedral is now being restored after decades of neglect and damage.

On the western edge of town, yet another cathedral with ancient roots is undergoing a prolonged restoration to regain a measure of its 17 th -century glory. Now known as the Cathedral of the Conception of St. Anne at the Savior-St. Yakov Monastery, this monument was also photographed by Prokudin-Gorsky as part of his extensive work in a monastery that is one of Russia’s most prominent spiritual centers.

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne, with attached Church of St. Yakov (left). West view. July 7, 2019

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne, with attached Church of St. Yakov (left). West view. July 7, 2019

This monastery traces its beginnings to 1389 when one Yakov, a former bishop of Rostov, retreated from the town to a site on Lake Nero near the Church of Archangel Michael, founded by Bishop Leonty in the mid-11 th century. There, Yakov built a log church dedicated to the Conception of St. Anne.          

After Yakov’s death in November of 1392, his remains were buried at the Conception Church, and his saintly ministry was venerated locally. In the late 1540s, he was canonized at the famous Orthodox Church convocation organized by Moscow’s Metropolitan Macarius to recognize Russian saints.

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. West view with painting of Old Testament Trinity on tympanum of narthex pediment. Summer 1911

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. West view with painting of Old Testament Trinity on tympanum of narthex pediment. Summer 1911

Early history           

During the first centuries of its existence, the monastery was known as Conception- St. Yakov. Its earliest masonry structure, now known as the Cathedral of the Conception of St. Anne, was originally dedicated to the Holy Trinity and was built in 1686 on the site of the wooden Conception Church where St. Yakov was buried.

The Trinity Cathedral reflected the intensive building activity of Metropolitan Jonah of Rostov, creator of the majestic Metropolitan’s Court (popularly known as the Rostov Kremlin ). Indeed, Jonah was present at the cathedral’s consecration.

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. West view with main entrance. Painting of Old Testament Trinity on tympanum of narthex pediment. July 7, 2019

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. West view with main entrance. Painting of Old Testament Trinity on tympanum of narthex pediment. July 7, 2019

On the exterior, the cathedral facades are divided into three segments with minimal ornamentation. The four-sloped roof is crowned with five cupolas, elevated on cylinders known as drums. The cupolas’ baroque outlines are the product of 18 th -century modifications. Prokudin-Gorsky photographed a portion of the west façade framed in summer foliage.

During 1689-90 the cathedral interior was painted in frescoes by a group of artists under the guidance of the Yaroslavl master painter Dmitry Plekhanov. These frescoes were “renewed” in 1778, but a cleaning and restoration now seeks to regain some of the original painterly work.

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. Interior. Northwest pier with frescoes of warrior saints. July 8, 2019

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. Interior. Northwest pier with frescoes of warrior saints. July 8, 2019

In the early 1760s an elaborate baroque icon screen was installed, but it was dismantled during the Soviet period. Although Prokudin-Gorsky did not photograph the interior, I have included a selection of photographs from 2019 to give an impression of the space.

During the 18 th century, the monastery experienced a transformation associated with the arrival in 1702 of Metropolitan Dimitry (Tuptalo), a Ukrainian prelate greatly esteemed for his erudition and appointed by Tsar Peter I (the Great) to the position of Metropolitan of Rostov. 

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. Central apse, north wall with 17th-century frescoes of Apostles. July 8, 2019

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. Central apse, north wall with 17th-century frescoes of Apostles. July 8, 2019

From the time of his arrival at the Conception- St. Yakov Monastery, Dimitry proclaimed his wish to be laid to rest in the Trinity Cathedral rather than in the Dormition Cathedral at the center of Rostov, where the area’s prelates were traditionally buried. Dimitry’s burial in 1709 proved a defining moment in the monastery’s ascent to prominence. In 1725, a church dedicated to St. Yakov was built onto the north façade of the Trinity Cathedral.         

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. Central apse, ceiling vault with frescoes of Virgin Mary with Christ Child (

Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. Central apse, ceiling vault with frescoes of Virgin Mary with Christ Child ("Praise of Mother of God") & Lord God Sabaoth. July 8, 2019

In 1752, Dimitry’s remains were uncovered during a repair of the Trinity Cathedral floor. Two years later, the cathedral was rededicated to the Conception of St. Anne in honor of the original monastic shrine built by Yakov.          

Favored by nobility

With the canonization of Dimitry of Rostov in 1757, Empress Elizabeth (Peter the Great’s daughter) made lavish donations, including a silver sarcophagus to hold the saint’s relics in the Conception Cathedral. (This remarkable object was melted down by the Bolsheviks in 1922.)          

Church of St. Yakov. East view with apse. Left: Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. July 7, 2019

Church of St. Yakov. East view with apse. Left: Cathedral of Conception of St. Anne. July 7, 2019

A major enhancement in the monastery’s prestige occurred during the reign of Catherine II (the Great), who chose the monastery for her first pilgrimage as empress in late May 1763. The following year, the monastery was elevated in status to be supervised directly by the Holy Synod, the main governing body of the Russian Orthodox Church from 1721 to 1917. This assured it of major financial support.          

Church of St. Yakov. West view with main entrance. Painting of Nativity of the Virgin on tympanum of narthex pediment. August 5, 1995

Church of St. Yakov. West view with main entrance. Painting of Nativity of the Virgin on tympanum of narthex pediment. August 5, 1995

In 1764, the monastery was also granted the property of the adjacent Transfiguration of the Savior Monastery, In honor of the merger, the monastery was renamed in 1765 as the Savior-St. Yakov-Conception Monastery, a designation that it retained until 1836, when it was renamed yet again to honor St. Dimitry of Rostov.

The greatest homage to the prelate was the building in 1795-1801 of the grand neoclassical Church of St Dimitry, Metropolitan of Rostov . Support for this edifice was provided by Count Nicholas Sheremetyev (1751-1809), grandson of Field Marshal Boris Sheremetyev (1652-1719), Peter the Great’s leading army commander and a contemporary of Dimitry Tuptalo.          

Nicholas Sheremetyev wished to raise an imposing shrine to contain the prelate’s relics. Church authorities, however, objected to the transfer on the grounds that Dimitry had emphatically stated his desire to be buried in the Conception Cathedral.

Church of St. Yakov. Restored painting of Nativity of the Virgin on tympanum of narthex pediment. July 7, 2019

Church of St. Yakov. Restored painting of Nativity of the Virgin on tympanum of narthex pediment. July 7, 2019

Nonetheless, the Church {or Cathedral) of St. Dimitry was completed, and a century later, following the bicentennial of St. Dimitry’s death, an unusual arrangement arose: a second silver sarcophagus was made for the saint’s relics, which were transferred each summer from the Conception Cathedral to the St. Dimitry Cathedral. This second sarcophagus was also melted down for its silver in 1922.

In 1824 Abbot Inokennty ordering the razing of the modest Church of St. Yakov, attached to the north façade a century earlier. His plan for a more imposing structure was enabled by the astonishing sum of 75,000 rubles from Countess Anna Orlova-Chesmenskaya (1785-1848), the sole daughter of Count Alexis Orlov, one of Catherine the Great’s close associates. An enigmatic figure whose life and death were surrounded by legend and rumor, Orlova bequeathed most of her enormous wealth to the Orthodox Church. This project included the creation of a grand narthex (vestibule) in an eclectic style that linked both structures on the west façade.

Church of St. Yakov. Interior. View east during liturgy. October 4, 1992 (a few months after return of damaged structure to Orthodox Church)

Church of St. Yakov. Interior. View east during liturgy. October 4, 1992 (a few months after return of damaged structure to Orthodox Church)

From the mid-19 th century to the early 20 th , the monastery was visited by every tsar except Alexander III, as well as numerous other members of the royal family. Its prosperity abruptly ended with the establishment of Soviet power. After the monastery’s closing in 1923, some of its artistic treasures were preserved by the Rostov Museum, but the monastery in general was ransacked and disfigured by haphazard conversion to other uses. The extent of the degradation is evident from my photographs early 1990s after the return of the monastery to the Orthodox Church in April 1991.

The monastery’s recent transformation has been dramatic, yet much restoration work remains for the artistic legacy of this historic center of Russia’s spiritual culture.

Church of St. Yakov. View east toward new icon screen in repaired interior. July 7, 2019

Church of St. Yakov. View east toward new icon screen in repaired interior. July 7, 2019

In the early 20th century the Russian photographer Sergei Prokudin-Gorsky devised a complex process for color photography. Between 1903 and 1916 he traveled through the Russian Empire and took over 2,000 photographs with the process, which involved three exposures on a glass plate. In August 1918, he left Russia and ultimately resettled in France where he was reunited with a large part of his collection of glass negatives, as well as 13 albums of contact prints. After his death in Paris in 1944, his heirs sold the collection to the Library of Congress. In the early 21st century the Library digitized the Prokudin-Gorsky Collection and made it freely available to the global public. A few Russian websites now have versions of the collection. In 1986 the architectural historian and photographer William Brumfield organized the first exhibit of Prokudin-Gorsky photographs at the Library of Congress. Over a period of work in Russia beginning in 1970, Brumfield has photographed most of the sites visited by Prokudin-Gorsky. This series of articles juxtaposes Prokudin-Gorsky’s views of architectural monuments with photographs taken by Brumfield decades later.

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