Where in Moscow are the relics of the Matrona of Moscow?
Hundreds of believers come daily to pray and join the relics of Saint Matrona of Moscow. The Holy Matronushka is known for her help and the miracles of healing suffering and aching people, to this day there are known cases of miraculous recovery after treatment and application to the relics of this revered saint.
In the capital, the relics of Saint Matrona of Moscow are located in the left border of the Intercession Church of the Intercession Women's Monastery.
I do not agree with the previous author. I have been there many times. So here. The monastery is really in Mosca, on the Taganskaya metro station (or better than Marxisskaya), the street is really Taganskaya, house 58. This is Pokrovsky women's stauropegic monastery. You can get from the subway by trolleybus: 16, 26, 63 - the second stop is called quot; Abelmanovskaya zastavaquot ;. Walking far away, but quite real, in a straight line, along Taganskaya street. It is advisable for the saint to buy fresh flowers.
The relics and icons of the Blessed Matrona of Moscow are on the territory of the Pokrovsky Monastery in Moscow. Cancer with the relics of Matrona is kept in the side-chapel of the Church of the Intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the icon is inside the temple itself.
The monastery itself is located at: Moscow, Taganskaya Street, 58. You can reach the Pokrovsky Women's Monastery from the following metro stations: Ploshchad Ilyicha, Proletarskaya, Krestyanskaya Zastava, Roman, Taganskaya, Marksistskaya. From the metro it is possible to walk on foot 10-15 minutes or by public transport to the stop "Abelmanovskaya zastava". On the map of Moscow, the location of the monastery, where the relics of St. Matrona
The relics of St. Matron are in Moscow in the Intercession Convent. The official address is 58, Taganskaya Street. This street starts from the Taganskaya and Marxistskaya metro stations (these are two different stations that are not far from each other). If you go from the center, that is, from the Marxist station, the monastery will be on your left, if you go from the region - on your right. It is difficult to confuse with anything. The walls of the monastery are lined with red brick, and it occupies a considerable area. Outside the monastery, there are no queues that stand to attach to the relics - all this can be seen once inside. You may have to stand an hour or two - depending on the time of year. They usually say that it is better to walk to the holy places. Now, if you go from the subway, then the path will take about 15-20 minutes maximum. You need to get out of the Marxist metro and go in the direction of traffic. After 2 stops, there will be a monastery.
I can say. In the Intercession Monastery. As far as I remember, this is Taganskaya Street.