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+Rodnya. Abandoned church. Interior. (2010)

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В селе была построена в 1844 г. каменная Успенская церковь, на средства местного помещика Евграфа Николаевича Ланского. Храм имеет два придела: правый – во имя Богоявления Господня и левый – во имя святителя Николая Чудотворца. Живопись в церкви исполнена старицким художником П. Е. Жуковым в 1903 г.

Селение Родня впервые упоминается в Тверской летописи под 1368 г., когда князь «Андрей Ольгердович воевал Хорвач и Роден». Роднинская крепость являлась заслоном на западной границе Тверского княжества. В XVI в. Родня упоминается как дворцовое село. В 1608 г. здесь произошло ожесточенное столкновение местных жителей с польско-литовскими интервентами. В XIX в. Родня находилась во владении трех помещиков.

В 1839 г. у р. Волги, при чистке древнего колодца, на глубине ок. 10 м., были найдены каменный топорик, две каменные стрелы и каменный нож. Проводимые здесь раскопки обнаружили следы фатьяновской культуры. В могильниках были обнаружены скелеты умерших людей в скорченном положении, что является типичным явлением для бронзового века.

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