I n the 13th century, during the dreadful period of the Tartar invasion of Russia, the devastated province of Kursk was emptied of people and its principal city, Kursk, became a wilderness. Now, the residents of the city of Rylsk, which had been preserved from invasion, often journeyed to the site of Kursk to hunt wild beasts. One of the hunters, going along the bank of the river Skal, which-was not very far from ruined Kursk, noticed an icon lying face down on the ground next to the root of a tree. The hunter picked it up and found that it was an icon of the Sign, such as was enshrined and venerated in the city of Novgorod. At this time, the icon's first miracle was worked, for no sooner had the hunter picked up the sacred image than there immediately gushed forth with great force an abundant spring of pure water. This took place on September 8th in the year
The Kursk Korenskaya Fair is a vivid example of Russian cultural and historical identity, consisting of two conceptual parallels: spiritual and economic. According to the legend, the Icon was found on 8 September not far from Kursk that was burnt by the Tatars. A hunter discovered the Icon lying face down in the roots of an old elm tree and when he raised it up, the water sprang out of the ground. At this exactly place a small wooden chapel was built. In , after many ordeals, the shrine was returned by Tsar Mikhail Fyodorovich to the Kursk land, where, according to his order, a monastery called "The Korennaya Pustyn" was established on the site of the former chapel. Pilgrims began to visit these places more and more often, and local authorities noticed that the monastery is situated at the intersection of trade routes — therefore since that time the place has been rightfully considered as the "The Southern Trading Gateway to Russia". If we talk about the scale of the Kursk Korenskaya Fair, it was the third most important event in the economic history of the country after Nizhny Novgorod The Makaryevskaya Fair and the Urals The Irbitskaya Fair fairs.
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Like most cities, Kursk has a memorial to its sons who were killed in the Soviet-Afghan War of December to February Whereas most Soviet war memorials to the Second World War are rather bombastic and focus on the victory, Afghan war memorials tend to be more poignant and focus on the loss of human life. The memorial in Kursk is no exception; it depicts a mother lying face down on the floor and weeping. Located at one of the entrances to Park imeni 1 Maya 1st May Park is a monument to the 13th century grand prince Aleksandr Nevsky, one of Russia's most beloved heroes.