Chapel of Mother of God Joy of All Who Sorrow

Chapel of Mother of God Joy of All Who Sorrow The chapel was built in 1832 by architect Adrian I. Ochakov. Compound Holy-Transfiguration Valaam Monastery. Since 1919 he became the parish church. In 1932 – closed. In the 1990s, returned to the chapel to the Valaam monastery and re-opened for parishioners
After construction -. Chapel of St. Nicholas wore the name.. In the early twentieth century in the parish church, in which then the number of the chapel, stored image of St. Nicholas, donated by merchant D. Polezhaev. In 1820, Alexander I gave the church a Greek icon of the Savior. February 27, 1994 the chapel was consecrated governor of the Holy-Transfiguration Valaam Monastery Archimandrite Pankratov in the name of Mother of God “Joy of All Who Sorrow”.
Now a strict construction of the chapel with Doric portal and a low dome with adjoining single-storey monastic cells for monks attracts not only the faithful parishioners but also tourists interested in city history.