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Vereya. Restoration of Church (2010)
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Замечательный памятник московского зодчества 2-й пол. XVII в. - пятиглавый кирпичный храм на подклете с шатровой колокольней у северо-западного угла. Сооружён в 1677-1679 как монастырский собор. В подклете в XIX в. в память разобранной деревянной церкви устроен Покровский придел. Закрыт не позже 1930-х, в 1960-х отреставрирован, но затем заброшен, пришёл в тяжелое состояние. Возвращён верующим в 2000, ремонтируется.

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