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Традиционный фотопленер возле Каложи

Борисоглебская, или Коложская, церковь — замечательный образец древнерусского зодчества второй половины XII вКомпозиция здания, его конструкция и декоративное убранство родственны Нижней церкви в Гродно (середина XII в.). Оба памятника подтверждают существование на Гродненщине самостоятельной архитектурно-художественной школы, где широко использовались местные строительные материалы, керамика и элементы народного прикладного искусства.

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Вот тут и окрестностях Гродно проходят традиционные еженедельные фотопленеры участники которых известные Гродненские фотографы клепают свои шедевры.... Начинаются они обычно в 13.00 каждое воскресенье под телевизором на площади....  

На фото запечатлены: Николай Юшевич, Николай Шидловский, Дмитрий Федоров, Кирилл Бунько, Михаил Хомяк и я(незапечатлён, но присутствую)

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Copyright: Ivan Tsyrkunovich
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6666x3333
Taken: 21/02/2010
Uploaded: 21/02/2010
Updated: 03/03/2015


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