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Belev. Monastery (2011)
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Основан на месте старого белёвского городища в 1-й пол. XVI в. на средства белёвских удельных князей. Был достаточно обеспечен материально, в кон. XVII в. основные постройки выстроены в камне. С нач. XIX в. в монастыре помещалось духовное училище, был малолюден. Закрыт в 1921, некоторое время занят музеем, позже постройки переданы под жильё. К настоящему времени часть зданий заброшена. В 2008 принято решение о воссоздании монастыря.

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