|SAMOVAR CAFE - A FUN STOP / Reservation STRONGLY recommended|
|RUSSIAN VILLAGE NIKOLAEVSK ALASKA
FUN STOP ''Samovar'' Cafe, B&B, , Photo Studio,Museum
Old Believers Church.
Reservation Strongly Recommended.
Recommended by Lonely Planet, Moon, Rough Guide, Fodors, Frommer's,Vis-a-Vis, Alaska Travel Magazines.
$10/$29 Tent/ Dry RV Camping.
Wimter RV, Boat Storage
Year Round. $1400.
(W/E). No pets .
Nikolaevsk Village is located on the Kenai Peninsula near the town of Homer or 9 miles on the North Fork road east from Anchor Point.
The Russian Village Nikolaevsk was founded in 1968. The population in Nikolaevsk for 2002 is almost 500 people.
In Nikolaevsk School for 2002 the number of students was 132.
Basketball in Nikolaevsk School is very popular. Students play with other big and small schools like Soldotna, Kenai, Homer,
Ninilchik and Seldovia.
Welcome to the Russian Giftshop and Cafe serving traditional Russian dishes as borscht, pelmeni, piroshki and other foods.
The Gift Shop has Nesting Dolls, Lacquered Boxes, Ghzel Porcelain, Russian Icons and Books, Old Fashioned Russian Hand-embroidered Clothes, Belts, 100% silk and wool Scarves and Children's Books.
The Church of St. Nicholas was built in 1983. Sergey Lipolit came from Romania in 1993 and he worked very hard for two years painting holy icons for inside and outside the church. He also painted holy icons for the Old Rite Orthodox Churches in Oregon and Australia.
He became a bishop for the Australian-Canadian-American Diocese.
For reservations or more information please visit our website at
or call us at: (907) 235-6867
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|My Info: Phone: (907) 235-6867|
|Name:||''SAMOVAR'' P.O.Box 5050 Nikolaevsk, AK 99556|
|Russian Cafe, Gifts, Books, Matryoshka Dools at Nikolaevsk.|