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+Krasnoe. Church. Interior (2010)

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Внутри храма реставрационные работы не проводились, леса стоят чтобы штукатурка с потолка не падала на головы посетителей. Храм отреставрирован только снаружи.

Службы ведутся только в летнее время.

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Дата основания: не позже 1-й четв. XVIII в.
Дата постройки последнего здания: 1790

Каменный однопрестольный Преображенский храм построен в 1790 г. М. Ф. и А. А. Полторацкими вместо обветшавшей деревянной церкви Воскресения Словущего. Крестообразно-круглое готического вида здание повторяет формы известной Чесменской церкви Санкт-Петербурга. Освящен 21 июля 1803 г. После закрытия в 1930-е внутреннее убранство полностью утрачено. Использовался как колхозный склад. Приходская жизнь возобновлена в 1999, храм реставрируется.

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After the breakup of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia became a federal republic of 83 states.

Text by Steve Smith.

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