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Drakino. Church (2009)
Russia

Село ДРАКИНО. ХРАМ СВЯТЫХ БЛАГОВЕРНЫХ КНЯЗЕЙ БОРИСА И ГЛЕБА

Деревня Дракино, как вотчина Высоцкого монастыря, известна, по крайней мере, с 1552 г. Уже в 1627 г. поблизости, в устье р. Протва, находился погост Борисоглебский с одноименной деревянной церковью, служители которой тогда проживали в дер. Дракино. Каменная церковь была выстроена в 1684 г. В начале XIX в. старую, вероятно шатровую, колокольню надстроили новым цилиндрическим ярусом «звона» с куполом и шпилем. Трапезная и боковые приделы были возведены в 1882 г.

В начале 1930-х гг. храм был закрыт, использовался в качестве зернохранилища, в 1941 г., находясь в месте боев, подвергался обстрелу. В 1997 г. церковь свв. князей Бориса и Глеба была возвращена верующим.

Престольные праздники:

Святых благоверных князей Бориса и Глеба – 15 мая, 6 августа.

В других источниках:

Село ДРАКИНО. ХРАМ СВЯТЫХ БЛАГОВЕРНЫХ КНЯЗЕЙ БОРИСА И ГЛЕБА (sobory.ru)

Село ДРАКИНО. ХРАМ СВЯТЫХ БЛАГОВЕРНЫХ КНЯЗЕЙ БОРИСА И ГЛЕБА (temples.ru)

Copyright: Vasily Kumaev &Amp; Andrew Mishin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 21/11/2009
Uploaded: 27/11/2009
Updated: 03/03/2015
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