Koi. Abandoned Church (2011)

Большая двухэтажная кирпичная церковь, построенная в 1731 в духе верхневолжского зодчества. Четырёхстолпный пятиглавый трёхапсидный четверик с трёх сторон окружен двухъярусными крытыми галереями. Колокольня построена в нач. XIX в., надстроена до пяти ярусов во 2-й пол. XIX в. Вверху холодный Троицкий храм, внизу тёплый Благовещенский с Александро-Невским приделом. Закрыта не ранее кон. 1930-х. В настоящее время заброшена, в тяжелом состоянии.

В прошлом село Кой входило в число крупнейших и богатейших торговых сел Кашинского уезда.


Copyright: Vasily Kumaev &Amp; Andrew Mishin
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Taken: 02/08/2011
Uploaded: 14/10/2011
Updated: 23/03/2015


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