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Novaya Ladoga. Abandoned church. Interior. (2009)

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Новая Ладога. Церковь Климента Римского и Петра Александрийского.

Церковь Климента и Петра построена в 1741 - 1743 гг. Это была скромная одноглавая церковь. Ее облик существенно изменился после того, как в 1873 - 1878 гг. к ней была пристроена колокольня со шпилем по проекту архитектора К.В.Фортунатова.

Церковь была закрыта в 1938 г., использовалась как кинотеатр. Прежняя внутренняя отделка стен с многочисленными фресками была закрыта новой облицовкой - и благодаря этому более или менее сохранилась. Теперь церковь пустует и разрушается.

Адрес: Ленинградская область, Волховский район, город Новая Ладога.

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A: New Ladoga. Abandoned Church. Interior (2009)

von Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin, 30 Meter entfernt

New Ladoga. Abandoned Church. Interior (2009)

B: Church 14 th (New Ladoga)

von Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin, 250 Meter entfernt

Church 14 th (New Ladoga)

C: Мэрия города Новая Ладога

von Пальков Андрей, 1.4 entfernt

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D: Дача в садоводстве Ивушки

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Дача в садоводстве Ивушки, г.Новая Ладога

Дача в садоводстве Ивушки

E: The Church Of The Nativity Of John The Baptist

von Alexey Klement, 11.4 entfernt

The Church Of The Nativity Of John The Baptist in Staraya Ladoga (Old Ladoga) Built in 1695. the Chur...

The Church Of The Nativity Of John The Baptist

F: The Church Of The Nativity Of John The Baptist

von Alexey Klement, 11.5 entfernt

The Church Of The Nativity Of John The Baptist in Staraya Ladoga (Old Ladoga) Built in 1695. the Chur...

The Church Of The Nativity Of John The Baptist

G: Uspensky female monastery

von Alexey Klement, 12.0 entfernt

The assumption Church of the XII century In the 20-s - 30-Euro years of the 20th century, the Church ...

Uspensky female monastery

H: The old Ladoga fortress. A museum in Vorotnoj of a tower.

von Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin, 12.5 entfernt

The old Ladoga fortress. A museum in Vorotnoj of a tower.

I: Staraya Ladoga. Church. (2009)

von Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin, 12.5 entfernt

Staraya Ladoga. Church. (2009)

J: Ruins of the tower (Staraya Ladoga) (2009)

von Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin, 12.5 entfernt

Ruins of the tower (Staraya Ladoga) (2009)

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