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Staritsa. Abandoned church. Interior. (2010)

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Каменная трехпрестольная церковь с Пятницким(1825) и Ниловским(1806) приделами. Построена вместо старой деревянной Пятницкой церкви, которая в свою очередь, была поставлена вместо древней Борисоглебской церкви на торговой площади. В советское время закрыта, заброшена.

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