From the 15th till the late 17th century, the area of Askold's Grave accommodated St. Nicholas Hermitage Monastery (according to a legend, Askold's Christian name was Nicholas). Before the end of the 18th cent., there was a monastery cemetery with a wooden temple there. Than, the area was transferred to the city. The present building of St. Nicholas Rotunda Church appeared in 1810. In 1992, the former Orthodox temple was transferred to Greek-catholic church.
Address Location: Dnipro descent, Park Road (near the intersection).
Schedule: The territory of the complex is open around the
How to get: to the territory of the Askold's grave to go on foot. Public transport does not go on the Dnieper descent.
You can get there from the Slavy Square, which is located near the Metro station Arsenalna, as well as a trolley 38 to stop the Park of Glory, or by bus 62 which goes from the Podol.