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Nadvratnay hram
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Снято в Надвратной (Евфимиевской) церкви во имя святого преподобного Евфимия Суздальского (1645 г.) Печерского Вознесенского монастыря в городе Нижний Новгород, Россия. Время съёмки - январь 2011 года.

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