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Kushalino. Two churches. (2011)
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Церковь Сошествия Святого Духа - Каменная трехпрестольная церковь в стиле ампир, построена по проекту архитектора И. Ф. Львова. Приделы: Ильинский и Никольский. В советской время закрыта.

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Церковь Смоленской иконы Божией Матери - была построена в вотчине князя Симеона Бекбулатовича в 1597 году (различные источники называют также 1592 и 1594 годы), когда бывший великий князь Тверской уже жил в своем селе в опале. Это шатровая церковь; большая трапезная и колокольня были пристроены позднее.

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