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Karacharovo. Abandoned church. (2010)
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Карачарово. Церковь Николая Чудотворца.

Хороший памятник стиля классицизма, ротондальный храм с трапезной и колокольней, выстроенный на средства Л. К. Разумовского в 1795 г. Повторяет проект московской церкви Космы и Дамиана на Маросейке, построеной в 1791-93 по проекту М.Ф. Казакова. В трапезной Ильинский и Льва Катанского приделы. Закрыт в 1930-х, в настоящее время заброшен, в тяжелом техническом состоянии.

Адрес: Московская область, Волоколамский район, село Карачарово.

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