The Vilenskaya-Odigitrya is another of those icons attributed (incorrectly) by legend to St. Luke. Its origin story says that it was first sent from Jerusalem to Constantinople. Next it travelled from Constantinople to the rulers of the region known as Galicia and “Red Russia” (Red Ruthenia), which was in what today is southeastern Poland and western Ukraine. When the princedom of Galicia fell, the icon came into the possession of the Prince of Moscow. A different story, however, says the icon was brought to Moscow by Princess Sophia, upon her marriage to Grand Duke Ivan III.