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Sloboda. Church (2011)
Russia

Дата основания:1690

Кирпичная кладбищенская однопрестольноя церковь, построена на городском кладбище, устроенном в конце XVIII в. Основной объём: одноглавый двухсветный четверик; трапезная в связи с ярусной шатровой колокольней (кон. XIX в.). Была приписана к Преображенскому собору. В кон. 1930-х закрыта, но в 1942 возвращена верующим и более не закрывалась.

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Hochgeladen: 21/09/2011
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