Dubrovitsy. Church. Interior. (2010)

Дубровицы. Церковь Иконы Божией Матери Знамение.

В XVI в. Ильинская. Ныне существующая белокаменная церковь - выдающийся памятник архитектуры, не имеющий прямых аналогов. Выстроена на средства князя Б. А. Голицына. На четырехлепестковом основании установлен восьмигранный столп, прорезанный тремя ярусами окон и увенчанный кованой короной с крестом. Здание в стиле барокко богато украшено резьбой и каменными скульптурами. Закрыта в 1930, но само здание как ценный памятник поддерживалось в порядке. Вновь храм открыт в 1990.

Адрес: Московская область, Подольский район, село Дубровицы.


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