Zvonnitsa S Tserkov'yu Sergiya Radonezhskogo is a bell tower located in the small city of Zvenigorod, Russia. The bell tower itself is 21 meters high and stands alongside the wooden Church of St. Sergius of Radonezh, built in the year 1751. The bell tower was built in the year 1747 in memory of the Russian victory in the Battle of Poltava and the destruction of the Swedish army. It is a popular pilgrimage spot and attracts tourists from not just Russia but also other countries. The bell tower is topped with a golden cupola and is adorned with two tiers of bells that were made by casting pieces of Swedish cannons. The main bell is dedicated to St. Sergius of Radonezh, the founder of Russian monasteries. Visitors can also witness multiple forts, churches, monasteries, and chapels within Zvenigorod, known for their unique architecture.
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