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Mashkovo. Abandoned church. Interior. (2009)
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Церковь во имя Святой Живоначальной Троицы (с.Машково). Построена в 1805 году тщанием госпожи Челищевой Ксении Ивановны: 1851-1866 г.г. перестроена тщанием полковника Петра Крюкова. Зданием каменная.

Адрес: Тульская область, Ясногорский район, село Машково.

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