|Address:||Ferapontovo village, Kirillov district, Vologda region, Russia|
|Place:||Dionysiy Frescoes Museum|
|Created time:||19th-20th centuries|
Until the middle of the 19th century, the monastery wall was wooden and had four corner towers. The wall facing Lake Borodaevskoye embraced the monastery constructions of the 16th century, namely stone cellars, a guesthouse and a kitchen.
In the 1840s, a parish stone wall was built using the bricks of some demolished ancient buildings. Only its southern part has survived. In the 1980s, the wall was restored on a deeper foundation along the whole perimeter.