The chapel is notable interior painted vaults, unfortunately badly damaged by natural phenomena and vandals. As say, the chapel stands on the site of the ancient city, capital of one of Velikopermskiy principalities – Iskor town. That is what is written about the ancient eradication in the book "Tourism in the Perm region": "In the town of Perm the Great Iskor play an important strategic importance – it is covered Verkhnekamskoye land from the Pechora and Vychegda. The town looked like a fortress: he was a high mountain area with inaccessible rocky walls, the path on which to the only gentle slope covered five bulk rolls. It is known that during the famous expedition of Prince Fedor the Great Perm to Bunter Iskor was against the Muscovites and had been taken of the very first.
Among residents today eradication is also a legend about the king of Korea, who fearlessly fought against the Tatars. Close to the historic eradication in the middle of the field grow two groves. Local call them "Tatar and Russian island". According to the legend on these sites are buried soldiers from both sides who fell during the battle. That's just exactly what it was a fight (whether iskortsev the prince spotted, or king of the cortex with the Tartars), today we are unlikely to already know. As they say old-timers, the "Russian island "stood a chapel with a cast iron stove, which were written the names of all those killed. Annually Semik residents eradication came here a procession and carried out a requiem for the dead.
Notable for one fact. Known Permian writer Alexei Ivanov, in his book "Heart of Parma" fort Iskor has not in the historic place where he really was (and is where the chapel), and on a nearby rock, just on where the narrow street. On a plot of the book one of the main characters even manage to escape from his pursuers was a narrow street. What is it, the author's interpretation of the history of his native land, or a tribute to folk legend and a desire to wrap up the plot abruptly? By the way, to justify Alexey Ivanov may be given the following fact: the locals have stories about the battles on these rocks. There is something to look at and near eradication. Near the historic fort is a pond. In the late 1950's there yet stood an old mill. Now from it were only so dam millstone. If a holiday in the Urals – this is your choice, it is not overlooked and narrow street. Believe me, it's worth it.