Cherlenkovo. Abandoned church. (2010)
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Cherlenkovo. Abandoned church. (2010)

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В XVI ст. в Черленкове находился небольшой монастырь, приписанный к Иосифо-Волоцкому монастырю и построенный на его средства. В нем было 12 келий, здесь постригались местные вкладчики из крестьян и начальствовали свои игумены. Монастырская церковь во имя свт. Николая построена в 1562 г. и представляла собой монументальный четырехстолпный одноглавый храм с тремя мощными пониженными апсидами на булыжном фундаменте и дубовых сваях. На четверике стояла настенная звонница. В середине XIX ст. верх храма перестроили, одновременно пристроив к западному фасаду здания трапезную. В советское время храм закрыли. Во время войны в храм попал снаряд, полностью уничтожив два алтарных полукружия. В 2000 г. при храме создана православная община.

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Кирпичный четырёхстолпный однокупольный трёхапсидный храм, первоначально с настенной звонницей. Выстроен в сер. XVI в. как монастырский собор властями Иосифо-Волоцкого монастыря. Трапезная с Введенским и Ильинским приделами пристроена в 1842, ныне существующая главка с шатром сооружена во 2-й пол. XIX в., тогда же переложены своды. Закрыт окончательно ок. 1943, позже сломана колокольня. В настоящее время в тяжёлом техническом состоянии, заброшена. Община верующих зарегистрирована в 2000, но ремонт не начат.

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