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Pereterie. Abandoned Church (2011)
Russia

Кирпичная церковь, построенная в 1830. Здание типа восьмерик на четверике, завершенное декоративным пятиглавием, с небольшой трапезной и колокольней. В трапезной Вознесенский и Ильинский приделы. В настоящее время заброшена, основной объём в аварийном состоянии.

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Uploaded: 15/10/2011
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