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Church of the Saviour-at-Gorod. 1672
Yaroslavl

Church of the Saviour-at-Gorod was built in 1672. It was a votive church of Yaroslavl trades-peoples. During its history the building was subjected to some alterations: in 1694 its chapels were widened and the north gallery was rebuilt; in 1831 a new south chapel and west parvis with a porch were built. The church was damaged during the 1918 revolt and repaired in 1920. Partial restoration of the south chapel was done in 1950s.

Copyright: Mikhail Dunaev
Type: Spherical
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Taken: 29/05/2010
Uploaded: 13/09/2010
Updated: 25/08/2014
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Tags: yaroslavl; russia; church; orthodox church; exterior; russian winter snow; snowdrift; russian cart
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